Keesing Journal 40

Developments in the security document industry


General interest:

  • Looking back and ahead
  • A biometric anniversary


  • Spotting the differences
  • The revision of the EUR 5

Cases analysed:

  • Disruptive technologies in personal identification
  • Ten-year forecast from 2012 to 2022

Sate and Legal

  • Strategic goals regarding travel documents
  • OSCE’s programme to promote security of identities, documents and borders

General interest

  • Biometrics in the cloud
  • What does cloud computing mean for biometric systems?

Recently Launched

  • The Chinese e-Passport project
  • Insight into its implementation challenges and succesful release


  • Chip implants
  • Useful identity device or horror tool?

General interest:

  • Protecting vulnerable document elements
  • Using personalisation to enhance ID security

Cases analysed

  • Authentication technique composite materials
    Internal structure inspection based on optical
    coherence tomography

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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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