Keesing Journal 49



      • Safety and security are out of reach


      • DNB’s authentication app for euro notes
        Genuine or counterfeit? The answer is in your pocket

General interest:

      • The march of the mobile
        Biometrics in banking and payments

Recently launched:

      • A giant leap forward
        The new European Union laissez-passer


      • Interrupting traditional counterfeiting workflow
        Part 1: Colour and split fountains


      • Documented thoughts

General interest:

      • Multibiometrics
        The future of border control
      • Creating confidence
        Benefits of a multicredentials platform for States
      • Intelligent use of CCTV
        How video analytics helps digital cities enhance public safety solutions


20 Years of commercial holography
An interview with Ian Lancaster


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