Keesing Journal 44

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Editorial:

      • Expertise – Douwe Brongers

General interest:

      • Surplus to requirements
        Will passport chips replace security features?

Cases analysed:

      • Business Case Homeland Security
        Chances for governments, industry and private commerce

General interest:

      • Errors in machine readable travel documents Part 4

Column:

      • Documented thoughts by Julian Ashbourn

Innovation:

      • Mobile biometrics
        Securing virtual payments on smartphones

General interest:

      • Identity, Authority and Attribution System
        A modeling approach to the concepts of privacy and identity

Practical experience:

      • US Biometric and Identity Intelligence Program
        Part 1: How the American Department of Defense overcame anonymity on the battlefield

General interest:

      • A framework for progress
        A model to provide uniformity around passports and biometric identity 

 

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