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Braincon Technologies GmbH

 Contact data
StreetGrinzinger Allee 5 
ZIP, City, Region 1190 - Vienna (Vienna) 
Phone+43-61067-30 
Fax+43-61067-93 
EmailSend Email
Webwww.bct.co.at 
 Contact person

DI MBA Christian Schön (Business Development)
 Employees (Total)
Total: 11-50  number of researches: 3
 Competencies

 Central aim of organisation
Medical, smartcard and IT-solution provider

 Briefly describe your organisation
Braincon Technologies specialises on medical systems, smart cards and IT security solutions.

Smart card: products are solutions using Braincard3 and 4 technology, to execute payment, access, logging, rights management etc. We serve customers in industry, banking, the service and the public sector.
More: www.braincard.at

IT-Security: New data security product helping to increase privacy through pseudonymisation of data (what is in many cases a good alternative to encryption). PSY:SEC works in addition to conventional security solution and splits data into multiple segments which are linked with unique keys. Only the holders of these keys (via a smart card or other token) can resemble the whole picture of information.
PSY:SEC is a very promising security solution for person related high data volumes like can be found in e-health, banking, insurance, engineering, telecommunication an the public sector.

 Core Competency

Service & Usage

 ICT sectors:
   - E-Government     
   - ICT Applications for Health      
   - IT Security and Encryption     
   - Smart Cards and Access Systems     

 ICT keywords
data encryption , data security , privacy protection, pseudonymisation, smartcard, medical software, DICOM software
 RTD Experiences & Publications

 Austrian Research and Development Projects
  Coordinator  Partner 
Non-cooperative Projects (Single projects)        
Cooperative Projects

 RTD Experience
We have a core team of 3 developers with good experience in smartcard and security related solutions. In addition we have development partnerships with the technical university of Vienna and Secure Business Austria.

 Publications
Procedure to remotely load pre-paid cards, AT502606 (A1)
Methods, systems, and architectures for the concealment of sensitive data, AT503291 (A4)

 Inserted / Updated
2007-06-18 / 2012-10-02