Smart Card is an electronic card with embedded chip that may store a variety of information about the card holder and do many cryptographic functions such as identity verification, signing and decryption. Basically, embedded chip contains microprocessor, calling it a “heart” of smart card as cryptographic public/private key pairs generation is performed on smart card.

Smart Card is secure storage for card holder private key, which cannot be exported from the smart card. Certificate-based smart cards meet the highest security standards, including FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria, and enable compliance with security regulations like HIPAA, HSPD-12, SOX, GLBA, FFIEC, Basel II, PCI, and HITECH

Minidriver enabled IDPrime Family

IDPrime are Minidriver-enabled PKI certificate-based smart cards that provide a high level of assurance of the identity of the user attempting to gain logical access to the network (LAC – Logical Access Control)...

Card comply with eIDAS

Common Criteria is an international set of guidelines and specifications for evaluating information security products, specifically to ensure they meet an agreed-upon security standard for government deployments. Common Criteria (CC) certification is a pre-requisite for qualified digital signatures under the eIDAS Regulation....


IDCore is a flexible open platform solution that can be easily customized to fit into any corporate or public sector environment. With a full range of multi-purpose smart cards...