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Gemalto ID card works with old and new access systems
Gemalto announces a smart ID card for US federal employees and contractors; works with old and new access control systems
UK ID card procurement likely to start in June
UK’s biometric-based national ID card procurement is expected to commence in June
Facial recognition technology enters new era
NIST study into facial recognition shows massive accuracy improvement. Technology now better than humans
'One-stop-shop' ID document portal opens
Online Identity Document Security Library launched by SDW conference keynote speaker Janice Kephart
IRIS Corp and IBM sign strategic collaboration
IRIS and IBM team up to target identity sector
Malta focus: eIdentity and eSecurity
Malta moving rapidly towards e-ID, ePassports and biometric visas
Zetes announces results - and scoops voter deal
Zetes 2006 results on target - and voter ID deal inked with Togo.
Security Document World 2007 reveals programme
The Security Document World 2007 Event conference programme has now been launched
Pattinson joins DHS privacy and integrity committee
Gemalto’s vice president of government affairs and standards has been named to the US Department of Homeland Security Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee for a three-year term.
HID Global snaps up Integrated Engineering
HID Global has acquired Dutch company Integrated Engineering (IE)
e-ID order won to supply German authorities
Bundesdruckerei has announced it is to produce the electronic office ID card for Germany’s federal authorities, starting with the Federal Armed Forces
European first for Bundesdruckerei
Bundesdruckerei will be the first company to present a European electronic ID card in several different formats, when it unveils its ID documents at this year’s CeBIT ITC fair.
G&D scoops Ontario deal
G&D awarded a 10-year contract by the government of Ontario to deliver a complete high-security driving licence solution.
Digimarc biometrics an effective crime stopper
Eight US states use facial recognition-based solution to prevent driving licence fraud
Mozambique goes digital
Digimarc has signed an agreement to produce Mozambique’s new digital driving licences.
Rochford Thompson wins Spanish business
Spanish police will use Rochford Thompson readers to verify new ID cards when issued
Battle lines drawn for REAL ID
Department of Homeland Security announces draft regulations for state-issued driving licences and ID cards to comply with the 2005 REAL ID Act.
Passport service chief debates ID
Chief executive of the UK’s Identity and Passport Service takes part in Downing Street web chat
Canada places US$2.8 million order
The Canadian government has placed a US$2.8 million order for document authentication readers with Smartchip/RFID capabilities
Nexus casts its net wider
The NEXUS travel scheme is set to be expanded this year to include six additional Canadian airports.
12th Asian, Middle East and African High Security Printing Conference
07.10.13 - 09.10.13
connect:ID Conference and Exhibition
17.03.14 - 19.03.14
Washington, DC, USA
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