The figure is spectacular: almost 90% of visually impaired people declare that they have been victims of fraud or have made mistakes when paying for goods and services. This proportion could be significantly reduced thanks to a solution invented by Thales that enables t
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Integration of Thales Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) with Microsoft Double Key Encryption allows companies to protect customers’ data in Microsoft 365 applications while maintaining control of their encryption keys This collaboration with Microsoft protects sensiti
Railways are rapidly adopting digital technology which delivers massive gains in terms of efficiency and passenger satisfaction. But unless technology deployments are carefully managed and appropriately secured, they can introduce new vulnerabilities. At Thales, the mis
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumer habits have changed, including a decline in the circulation of cash. Consumers are looking to minimise the risk of contact, making greater use of credit cards and payment applications on their mobile phones. Conta
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Global digital transformation has had a critical impact on identification and authentication. While users with too many hard-to-remember passwords are prone to ignoring or bypassing the basic safety rules, the notions of fluidity and trust are becoming crucial to the su