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Victoria looks for new operator to run Myki
Troubled system to get new manager.
Mar 3 2015 9:03AM
Sydney's Opal smartcard shifts to buses
Trial brought forward.
Sep 26 2013 1:04PM
NSW Govt expands transport smartcard trial
Rollout focus shifts to train network.
Jun 3 2013 10:54AM
NSW Govt to trial Opal smart cards
Ferries first, trains later.
Nov 26 2012 1:37PM
Vic Govt faces $350m myki pain
Fare evasion during smart card transition hits hard.
Aug 29 2012 4:20PM
Smartcards reduce APT exposure, vendor claims
Smartcards can be used to mitigate an advanced persistent threat (APT) due to the security of the physical card.
Jun 10 2011 2:24AM
Smartcard boss resigns over data sharing
Too many hands on customer data.
Aug 5 2010 7:13AM
Queensland 'go' card crowned best in Australia
Much maligned smartcard wins industry praise.
Aug 3 2010 3:08PM
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Kaminsky and Cerf hold the key.
Jul 30 2010 7:28AM
Biometrics, chips coming to Qld driver licenses
Queensland transport workers first to trial new smartcards.
May 12 2010 12:59PM
Scanner faults linked to 60,000 Go card trips
Rocky starts for Queensland and Victorian smart card systems.
Jan 21 2010 3:08PM
TransLink sells 34,000 smartcards in nine days
Commuters embrace Go card despite distribution and security issues.
Jan 14 2010 11:56AM
Qantas gives domestic flyers smartcard passes
Undisclosed technology to deal with security.
Nov 11 2009 3:39PM
Queensland smart licenses integrate Gemalto tech
Standards-based smartcards made in Australia.
Jul 8 2009 4:06PM
Unisys scores five-year QLD digital drivers’ licence deal
Queensland Transport will progressively replace three million laminated drivers’ licenses with smartcards that use facial recognition technology supplied by Unisys.
Apr 23 2009 3:09PM
Cabcharge to refresh taxi payment terminals
Cabcharge has announced a ‘multi-million dollar’ deal to buy 20,000 VeriFone POS terminals for its non-cash fare management system for taxis.
Aug 15 2008 12:22PM
Researchers crack London's Oyster card security
Researchers have successfully cracked the security of the Oyster card used for fare payments on buses and tubes in London.
Jun 24 2008 8:41AM
DigiSafe adds smartcard to encrypting hard drive
Automatic data encryption on the road.
Mar 22 2007 10:55AM
ICT security orgs blast ID smartcard, biometrics
The Federal Government’s planned national ID smartcard has come into further criticism – this time from some of the country’s leading ICT security organisations.
Jun 15 2006 12:31PM
Smartcard technology just the start
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