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How is biometric technology set to overcome border control challenges accelerated by the coronavirus?
The coronavirus has changed the world of travel, implementing border management under additional stress amid a myriad of varying entry restrictions. Emerging biometric technologies can ensure safe travel and provide fast, accurate identity verification for governments.
September 16 is Identity Day. And today we will put a spotlight on Africa, home to half of the 1 billion people in the world who do not have a secure legal identity – yet.
Our world is fast turning digital. Yet physical documents remain a key means of identification. And one that needs to be made resistant to forgery. Color photos on polycarbonate represent the next evolution in secure ID documents.
eGovernment solutions are gaining traction in a world that is increasingly going digital. Secure certification of COVID test results and vaccinations may be the keys needed to unlock the “new normal”.
Digital identity documents will continue to be a companion to their physical counterparts. Meanwhile, what steps have already been taken towards document digitalization?
Governments always need to stay one step ahead of counterfeiters. But how is this possible? Innovative technology solutions to fight the growing threat of identity theft could be the answer.
Facial recognition represents the future of border control. But how can we embrace facial verification methods that focus on data privacy?
A certificate providing proof of a Covid-19 vaccination needs to include five key prerequisites.
From 24-26 March, 2021, the Intergraf Currency+Identity is a one-of-a-kind event where security printers and suppliers, central banks, government authorities, law enforcement, and industry-specific digital solution providers virtually meet.
Governments are providing citizens with essential public services that are accessible without visiting a physical government office. At the same time, e-Government is improving government interactions with the private sector, enabling transactions to be instantly conducted online, with the simple click of a mouse.