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Tracking issues in travel documents

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The technical standards for machine readable travel documents (MRTDs) have existed for nearly four decades, as originally published by the International Civil Aviation Organization...

Security by Design: Split Fountains Redux

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Joel Zlotnick, Jordan Brough and Troy Eberhardt Reverse engineering of document artwork is a critical prepress activity for sophisticated counter­feiters that print by offset lithography...

Will Brexit lead to regained sovereignty?

When on 23 June 2016 a small majority of the UK voters voted in favor of leaving the EU – in fact on the dissolution...

Can the grid protect us from terror?

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In the aftermath of horrific events such as the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Nice, Manchester, Kabul and London or anywhere else, many of...

Internet of Things

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The digitalisation of industrial processes dominates the present industrial developments and has started to change our lives dramatically. On the way to self-organising factories,...

Optical security media

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Increasing the security and utility of national identity programmes is one of the most pressing concerns of governments around the world, driving the evolution...

Science delivers input for identity domain

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The organisation and management of a country’s national identity infrastructure and of identity information by companies and institutions requires the constant attention of both...

Blockchain technology

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In 2008, a white paper titled ‘Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’ mysteriously appeared under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Said paper explained the infrastructure...

The future of identity management

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Being able to prove one’s identity is a prerequisite for administrative, social and economic inclusion in the modern world. Citizens lacking a recognised form...