Keesing Journal 32


Cases analysed:

  • Breeder and supporting documents
  • Biometrics versus ID-cards

General interest:

  • Safe and reliable use of biometrics
  • How global currencies continue to bank on its benefits


  • Key elements in banknote design


  • Hand veins secure personal access
  • Composite materials, evolution in ID’s


  • Co-operation and capacity building
  • TF3 behind the scenes

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