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Smart Card Groups Team Up To Improve Adoption Rate

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The Smart Card Industry Association and the Smart Card Forum have joined forces under one flag: the Smart Card Alliance. The newly combined entity is intended to serve as a single voice for the U.S. smart card industry and to advocate adoption of this

The Smart Card Industry Association and the Smart Card Forum have joined forces under one flag: the Smart Card Alliance. The newly combined entity is intended to serve as a single voice for the U.S. smart card industry and to advocate adoption of this technology in key application areas, including healthcare. The alliance will now have more than 225 member organizations and plans to focus its resources in several key areas this year, including launching a smart card market survey and rolling out a smart card network security initiative.

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