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This document defines the list of evidence and the justifications required for the developer of a Calypso HCE SDK in order to support the security requirements
of the SDK and their testing.
It is part of the Calypso HCE SDK Security Framework.
The Calypso HCE Security Framework comprises two companion documents, namely:
- Security Requirements & Recommendations (SR), which defines the security requirements for the Calypso HCE SDKs and the relevant interfaces involved in the ticketing transaction.
- Test Requirements (TR), which defines the test requirements for the evaluator of a Calypso HCE SDK.
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