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Oberthur teams with iE for online account access

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Oberthur Card Systems has entered a partnership agreement with Intelligent Environments Group (iE) aimed at giving financial institutions the technology to offer their customers single sign-on access to multiple online accounts.

The solution combines Oberthur's AuthentIC Web Pack - an open-platform based smart card package featuring PKI applet developments, chip readers and security client software - with iE's NetFinance security infrastructure software.

In practice, the package requires banks to issue multi-application cards to their customers who will then access their online accounts using a PIN-based card reader attached to a PC.

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