The Java Card Form is a collaboration of companies from the smart card, secure operating system, and secure silicon industry, working together to promote and develop Java as the preferred programming language for multi-application smart cards and secure devices.
December 2013 – Java Card Forum’s first Open Day in Latin America
The Java Card Forum (JCF) has come to Brazil for the first time, to hold one of its popular Open Days. During the Java Card Open Day in Brazil on 10th December, Java Card experts shared successful implementations of the technology and explored future applications, demonstrating the solid credentials of a technology over 15 years in the making.
December 2013 – JCF President, Bruno Basquin, talks about the new look for Java Card Forum
Speaking about the release of the Java Card Forum’s new corporate identity, Bruno Basquin, President of the Java Card Forum, takes a minute to remind us why the Java Card platform remains so relevant around the world today.
November 2013 – New Look & Feel for Java Card Forum
Leading industry organization the Java Card Forum (JCF), dedicated to promoting and developing interoperable Java Card™ technology products, has adopted a new visual identity, providing a stronger industry presence and a clearer identity for the organization going forward. The logo and colour scheme modernize the JCF’s appearance and enable clear recognition across all media, including social and broadcast media, as well as on smaller devices such as smart phones and tablets.
The Java Card Forum’s “Java Card Platform vs Native Cards” Whitepaper is now available for download.
“Java Card technology is widely used in high-end card markets, in which it helps increasing the value of cards through the deployment of value-added services. In these markets, issuers benefit from Java Card technology, and from the experience built over the past 15 years by vendors, in particular around quality and security. In low-end markets, on the opposite, such value-added services are not as common.
We show in this paper that Java Card can be present on such markets, simply by removing the ability to add applications after the issuance of the card. By doing that, issuers can keep most advantages of the Java Card platform, including in particular better time-to-market, as well as the ability to design a range of card platforms in their offers, ranging from a closed platform for mass deployment to a fully open platform for premium customers.”
Oracle is proud to announce the Common Criteria Certificate for the Java Card System Open Configuration Protection Profile. It covers the needs of Java Card v2.2 and Java Card 3 Classic Edition for open platforms. This Protection Profile is the evolution of the Java Card System Protection Profile Collection Standard Configuration, and is fully compliant with CC version 3.1, revision 3.