ENHANCING HCE MOBILE PAYMENTS WITH TEEs

January 1, 2019

This white paper explains the use of Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) in the context of HCE mobile payments and explores why companies deploying HCE mobile payment solutions should consider using TEEs to enable a higher level of security and to minimize the possibility of attacks. Dejamobile, in collaboration with Cartes Bancaires and Trustonic, is currently working on an innovative Generic Secure Trusted Application, leveraging the capabilities of the TEE with the aim of strengthening the security of HCE mobile payments. An industry first initiative in the cybersecurity market.

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