UL is leading end-to-end transaction security services, facilitating the deployment of secure infrastructures built on new technologies and helping ensure that they operate optimally and securely. In loyalty and ticketing, our state-of-the-art test tools and services work to create successful deployments of interoperable systems such as near field communication (NFC) in automated fare collection (AFC). Our extensive work in mobile payments, notably chip and pin, helps customers achieve full compliance and technical interoperability within the NFC system. Our leading biometrics research is dedicated to reducing hacking, fraud and malware associated with the latest transaction technologies, and our future-focused initiatives related to smart metering and machine-to-machine transactions are working to shape this rapidly transforming field.
WITH DIRK JAN VAN
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Managing Director of UL Transaction Security thinks about the safety of Transaction Security today.
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UL tested, analyzed and ultimately helped ensure the functionality and security of an innovative fingerprint authentication system.
UL developed an innovative process to help mobile network operators, banks, acquirers and merchants implement an NFC payment infrastructure quickly, effectively and securely.
Learn more about how UL is facilitating the adoption of new technologies, while working to make transactions safe and secure.
BRAND TEST TOOL
UL researchers created a device that facilitates interoperability and security testing, helping financial organizations provide trouble-free transactions within their infrastructures.
TSM TEST SUITE
A series of tests designed to work together to simulate the comprehensive interactions of devices and terminals in the near field communication ecosystem.
SMART WAVE BOX
UL scientists and researchers developed a device that can simulate smart cards or e-Identification documents and their communication.
An innovative methodology for creating new ways to break security in order to design effective countermeasures (the science of hacking).
The following scientists, researchers and engineers are actively working on New Science at UL:
UL has developed more than 1,000 Standards for Safety.
These are essential to public safety and confidence, reducing costs, improving quality, and marketing products and services. Millions of products and their components are tested to UL's rigorous safety standards with the result that consumers live in a safer environment than they would otherwise.