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Gemalto, Wave Systems, Cognitec, Trusted Computing Group, and ESGI Featured in Thought Leadership Interviews

RYE BROOK, NY, Nov 02, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Gemalto announced its selection by IDA as the trusted third party to deploy mobile NFC contactless services across Singapore

Gemalto will develop and operate its Trusted Services Manager (TSM) solution to securely deploy and manage mobile NFC services such as payment, ticketing, loyalty and other wireless services like the smart poster which allows consumers to interact with advertisements.

With Singapore's three mobile operators all connected to this interoperable NFC infrastructure, banks, payment and service providers will be able to deploy innovative mobile NFC services to all mobile subscribers. This open yet secure platform will also encourage widespread participation by businesses and service providers from wide-ranging industries to join the ecosystem to offer more consumer services, including mobile coupons, mobile tickets and product information.

The complete TSM operation will take place in a secure environment in Singapore, whereby end users' data is provisioned confidentially over the air to their devices.

"Gemalto is delighted to lead this landmark project. We believe that businesses will benefit from new revenue streams while consumers enjoy a greater array of new services -- faster, safer and more conveniently," said Tan Teck Lee, President of Gemalto Asia.

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Wave Systems announced a strategic distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc., the world's largest distributor of information technology (IT) solutions.

Under the terms of the agreement, Wave's EMBASSY(R) security software for managing hardware-based data protection and authentication will be available worldwide through Ingram Micro beginning November 1.

"We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with such an established global leader as Ingram Micro and look forward to offering our management tools for trusted computing around the world," said Brian Berger, Wave's Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales.

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Cognitec - The Face Recognition Company Dr. Juergen Pampus, VP Sales & Marketing, Cognitec Systems, said, "One of our partners in Canada has introduced video cameras in several stores of a large retail chain. These cameras provide input to our software which constantly scans the video for known shoplifters whose photos have been stored in a watch list database. Once identified, an alert is raised to the store manager. Another Canadian partner has deployed a similar solution in a number of casinos in Ontario where problem gamblers are automatically identified."

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Trusted Computing Group Dr. Joerg Borchert, President and Chairman, TCG, Vice President, Chip Card & Security ICs, Infineon Technologies North America Corporation, told us, "TCG was created to provide interoperable, industry standards based on that concept of hardware-based trust for all aspects of enterprise computing. While we started with one specification, for the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), TCG has, by plan, extended its efforts to extend Trusted Computing into network security, data protection, mobile security, and most recently, embedded device security."

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ESGI - Executive Search Consultants Mr. Evan Scott, President, ESGI - Executive Search Consultants, told us, "The interesting thing about our business is that the demand for talent typically follows where companies think the government will be spending money. For instance, this year we have handled CEO searches for services clients and heads of business development for services, consulting and product companies. The area where the government will spend money is in security, physical, cyber and information management. There is a lot of attention being paid to the INTEL community and Health Care, IT. This includes electronic medical records and other technologies to help with the care of our veterans. There is also a great deal of activity through State Department bringing services to the Middle East and third world countries."

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