UL is pleased to announce that GlobalPlatform has qualified the Collis Compliance Test Suite for GlobalPlatform Common Implementation Configuration for Amendment D and E.
This qualification adds to UL's wide portfolio of compliance test suites.The Collis Compliance Test Suite for GlobalPlatform Common Implementation Configuration implements the official test plan developed for the GlobalPlatform Compliance Program. The test suite ensures the compliance of the core features of a card that implements GlobalPlatform Card version 2.2.1 technology. This includes the enhanced security options from Amendments D and E. This test suite has achieved qualified status under the GlobalPlatform Compliance Program.Maxim Dyachenko, Service Line Manager Test Tools at UL Transaction Security, added: "Over the past years, smart card technology has changed considerably. Many smart card applications in various industries rely on GlobalPlatform technology for personalization, key management and security. Adding new GlobalPlatform configuration specifications keeps our existing portfolio of certified GlobalPlatform test suites up to date with the GlobalPlatform Compliance Program, empowering our customers to use the latest versions of these test suites." Additional test suites that complete the Collis GlobalPlatform Compliance Test Suite portfolio are the test suites for GlobalPlatform UICC Configuration, GlobalPlatform UICC Contactless Extension, GlobalPlatform Mapping Guidelines, GlobalPlatform SWP and HCI, GlobalPlatform Basic Financial Configuration, GlobalPlatform ID Configuration, GlobalPlatform UICC SCP81 Extension (Amendment B), and UICC Memory Management Extension (Amendment C).GlobalPlatform has extended its compliance program to provide a formal framework that enables the creation and qualification of test tools that can now be used to confirm the compliance of a card product to the association's Card Specification and different configurations.
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