Keesing Journal 38



  • Palm vein authenticaton and its applications
  • High accuracy biometric authentication

General interest:

  • Defining ID cards with ISO/IEC 24789
  • A new durability standard for the ID industry


  • Micro-optics technology for ID applications
  • Promising overt banknote security feature for use in documents

Cases analysed:

  • Biocryptography
  • Increasing the protection of biometric templates

General interest:

  • Security in diversity
  • Less is more in the world of passports


  • A new dimension in photoprotection
  • Next generation security features for polycarbonate identity

General interest

  • Impostors
  • Identity fraud without alterations

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