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ISO/IEC 24727-1

Identification cards - Integrated circuit card programming interfaces - Part 1: Architecture

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 June 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 26
ICS Code (Identification cards. Chip cards. Biometrics): 35.240.15
scope:

ISO/IEC 24727 specifies a set of programming interfaces and protocols enabling interactions between integrated circuit cards (ICCs) and applications resident on a variety of computer platforms. The ICCs provide generic services for multi-sector use by the applications.

The organization and the operation of the ICCs conform to ISO/IEC 7816-4.

It is anticipated that some application domains will seek to achieve interoperability through ISO/IEC 24727 facilities even though the applications pre-exist these facilities. To this end, various means of backward compatibility are established through mechanisms specified in ISO/IEC 24727. This part of ISO/IEC 24727 specifies

- system architecture and principles of operation,

- the means for achieving interoperability among diverse application domains,

- the conceptual service and data models that span the relevant application domains, and

- the rationale for trusted processes enabled under these models.

Document History

ISO/IEC 24727-1
June 15, 2014
Identification cards - Integrated circuit card programming interfaces - Part 1: Architecture
ISO/IEC 24727 specifies a set of programming interfaces and protocols enabling interactions between integrated circuit cards (ICCs) and applications resident on a variety of computer platforms. The...
February 15, 2007
Identification cards - Integrated circuit card programming interfaces - Part 1: Architecture
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