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More than 4 million apply to UK's EU Settlement Scheme

The Home Office has announced that there have been more than four million applications to the EU Settlement Scheme, according to the latest published statistics.

12 Oct 2020

UK won't accept EU ID cards from October 2021

The UK will no longer accept EU and Swiss ID cards as a form of ID to enter the country from October next year.


08 Oct 2020

Entrust partners with Sysmosoft on digital signature

Entrust has partnered with Sysmosoft, a provider of secure solutions for digital banking processes, to provide a comprehensive solution for digital signature management.

08 Oct 2020

Jura and Svenska Pass partner on Swedish project

Hungarian secure identity solutions firm Jura, the reputed inventor and supplier of graphic-arts-based security features to protect photo-carrying travel documents, has announced that the technology partnership with Thales subsidiary Svenska Pass will continue.

07 Oct 2020

Taiwan plans to launch eID in July 2021

Taiwan officials have said that the country's eID card will be ready for issuance by July 2021.

07 Oct 2020

Entrust on the importance of identity

Angus McDougall, Entrust regional vice president, Asia Pacific & Japan, took time out to speak to Security Document World about the company’s new identity, ahead of the groundbreaking virtual event, Identity Week Asia 2020.

07 Oct 2020

Travel agency says Real ID deadline should be further delayed

The U.S. Travel Association says full compliance is not realistically within reach in time for the October 1, 2021 deadline.

06 Oct 2020

IQ Structures notes company transformation

After eight years of existence, IQ Structures is transforming into a holding structure

06 Oct 2020

Suprema ID unveils multi-functional document reader

Suprema ID today rolls out its compact, multi-functional, full-page document reader, RealPass-N

05 Oct 2020

Norway drops ear demand in photo ID

Norway has confirmed it won't require that people show their full ears in passport ID photos after citizens complained it would impact on their religious beliefs.

05 Oct 2020
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