From The Executive Director
Gradually, news of the name change from the Smart Card Alliance to the Secure Technology Alliance is slowly filtering out. It is not easy to change 17 years of our identity and history overnight, but it helps when that change is welcomed by many as being made for the right reasons. Learn more about how the new organization is creating emerging opportunities for new forms of secure chip technology at the same time as the U.S. is experiencing the largest increase in traditional smart card usage for payments and identity in the world by reading my letter.
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