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Jorge Krug, Banrisul

By Dave Birch posted Jan 5 2010 at 12:34 PM

[Dave Birch] Jorge F. Krug is the head officer of the IT Security Division of Banrisul, State Bank of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, and has a seat in a number of IT associations and committees, including Brazilian Bank Association (FEBRABAN)’s Digital Certification Committee, Sucesu-RS (Society of Computer Science and Telecom Users of the Rio Grande do Sul State), ASBACE (Brazilian Association of State and Regional Banks). Mr. Krug is also the head of AC-RS (Rio Grande do Sul State Digital Certification Authority). In this podcast he talks about the introduction of the Banrisul EMV card with PKI on board, a project previously discussed in detail on this blog.

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