Keesing Journal 3


General interest:

  • Next generation of euro banknotes will be different

  • PKI and securing biometrie passports


  • Biometrics in driver’s licenses

  • The delicate bond between paper and foil

Practical experience:

  • Biometrics at airports

Cases analysed:

  • The Malaysian Government Multi Purpose Card

  • OeSD tests electronic chip

State and legal:

  • ldentity fraud and the challenge it gives rise to

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The Keesing Platform team brings you the latest in various fields, including security documents, security printing, banknotes, identity management, biometrics, blockchain, crypto technology and online onboarding.

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