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New EES Technologies at Aviation Hubs in Bulgaria

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SSARM is one of the leading IT systems integrators in Bulgaria and was awarded a major contract to equip Bulgaria's aviation hubs with EES-compliant...

Germany’s New Identity Card: See It Up Close

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The German government began issuing a new model of its national identity card on August 2, 2021, in line with new European regulations. The...

UAE’s New Pass Service Uses “Face Print” System

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Residents of the United Arab Emirates will soon be able to use facial recognition technology to authenticate their identity and access services. Known as...

The IT Compliance Plan (Part 2)

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In today’s business environment, it’s imperative for most organizations to have an IT Compliance Plan in place to ensure that they are aligned with...

Global Trade Body Warns Again Over Surge in Fake Covid Cards

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Government and law enforcement authorities are urged to step up anti-counterfeiting measures following “disturbing” reports about a surge in fake COVID cards. In April...

Cambodia Launches a New 30,000-Riel Banknote

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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement (October 23, 1991 – October 23, 2021) Cambodia will begin circulating a new 30,000-Riel...

The IT Compliance Plan (Part 1)

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With most of Corporate America working remotely now and for the foreseeable future, data privacy laws such as the GDPR and the CCPA are...

Costa Rica issues new 1,000- and 10,000-colon polymer notes

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The Central Bank of Costa Rica (BCCR) plans to introduce polymer versions of the CRC 1,000 and CRC10,000 banknotes on 15 October 2021. Q...

Vietnam Is Now Issuing Chip-based ID Cards to Its Citizens

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Vietnam is now issuing chip-based ID cards to its citizens, consolidating several personal documents and records, including driver’s license, social insurance, and COVID-19 vaccination...

Counterfeit Driver’s Licenses: An Increasing Threat

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Counterfeit driver's licenses are used to facilitate underaged drinking, identity theft, terrorism, check & bank fraud, and returned goods fraud. These acts cost each...