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March 2002

Smart cards: Will security help the U.S. get on track with the rest of the world?

Despite the country's impressive 45% growth in smart card use in 2001, the United States still lags far behind Asia and Europe in the use of the technology. Other countries have already deployed smart cards for banking, telecommunications and, soon, health insurance. And that's just consumer use.

In this month's issue of Information Security magazine, take a look at the booming business of smart cards. Explore the top benefits smart cards have to offer, and why their functionality is becoming both practical and attractive to enterprises today.

Additionally, take a look at digital rights management and how it can not only protect data wherever it goes, but also lessen breaches.

Also in this issue: Intelligence systems for cyberattack response, ISO 17799, RSA 2002 and more.

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