Electronic machine-readable travel documents are well known for good security. But the correct use of digital certificates in these documents is the difference between good security and superior securityRead this article
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Creating Ultimate Security and Convenience for Citizens - Macau SAR Resident Identity Card Programme
Chris Ng Thursday 08 September 11:50
Macau SAR Identification Services Bureau
Innovation in Embedding for Polycarbonate Documents
Alexandre Benjamin Thursday 08 September 12:00
Since more than a decade, more and more ID documents are made in polycarbonate. While the laser engraving of the data inside the plastic makes this type of document very durable, the expected resistance to falsification has not been matched.
Therefore, the vast majority of the polycarbonate ID documents includes an “embed” transparent holographic or DID™ patch to protect the photo from manipulation. This patch is generally applied by hot-stamping in one of the plastic layers. This “alien” material creates a physical weakness in the document and therefore refrain the use of such protection on the whole surface of the document.
A new technology, called Shape™ is now available to “spread” optical image elements on the whole surface of the document while maintaining a perfect bounding between the plastic layers. This new technology enhances the visual contrast between the optical elements and the printed elements, allows the use of several optical effects, driving to a complete new enriched design capability for high secure, easy to control ID document.
Counterfeiting of Australian Passport
Todd Brown (TBC) Thursday 08 September 09:20
Australian Passport Office, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australia)
Delivering Quality Services to All Citizens through National ID Card – Nepal’s National eID Programme
National ID Management Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs Thursday 08 September 10:10
National ID Management Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs (Nepal)