SECORA™ ID S: highest security and flexibility for region-specific electronic ID cards and eGovernment solutions

With SECORA™ ID, Infineon Technologies AG offers an easy-to-integrate security platform for contactless digital ID documents. The first product variant, SECORA™ ID S, is a particularly flexible, Java-based solution. It simplifies and accelerates the design and production of region-specific sovereign documents such as eIDs in card format. The solution includes the security chip, the operating…

The Case for the eDatapage

Interview with Philip Seebauer, Infineon Technologies We spoke to Infineon's Philip Seebauer and asked why is the structure and material of the eDatapage so important for todays ePassports? The conversation also covers the upsides and downsides of polycarbonate eDatapages as well as Infineon's contactless Coil-on-Module solution.   https://youtu.be/iTNFTTx_bjg

Veridos, Q-nomy share details of Bangladesh joint project

Q-nomy and Veridos GmbH recently deployed an integrated solution to the Department of Immigration and Passports of Bangladesh, comprising Q-nomy's customer flow management software and Veridos identity solutions technology Q-nomy Inc., a leading global provider of omnichannel customer journey and customer experience optimization solutions, today announced its cooperation with Veridos, a Berlin-based company delivering end-to-end…

UK brings back blue passport with green updates

Britons will be able to travel with a blue passport when the traditional colour returns for the first time in almost 30 years. The distinctive blue cover will be re-introduced now the UK has left the EU, and will replace burgundy passports which were gradually rolled out from 1988. The first new passports will be issued…

AVTOR: Transforming Tokens and Smart Cards into universal security instruments

By Viacheslav Tatianin, AVTOR LLC Digital technologies now proliferate all dimensions of modern business and social life, meaning that rooted IT security is now a‘must-have’ principle for big corporations, government agencies,and SMEs. The digital shift we have been part of has reinforced the need for the application of high-security tools – even for common cases.…

Comprehensive government Solutions for the Republic of Fiji

By Lara Schmaus, Mühlbauer ID Services. As a part of its major project to modernize the country’s security infrastructure, the Government of the Republic of Fiji decided to evolve its next generation of passports to ePassports. The current passport is a machine-readable document with paper data page, without chip and without digital photo, signature andfingerprints…

Infineon’s SECORA™ ID accelerates eID project execution

By Markus Moesenbacher, Infineon Technologies.  The ID market growth is mainly driven by electronic identification, electronic health cards and electronic driving licenses with strong variations to reflect local flavors. In addition, the request for multi-application is increasing for electronic ID cards. To meet these demands a flexible product is required which allows the customization of…

Ready for the thinnest eDatapage Challenge

By Hervé Naullet, Paragon ID. It has been almost 20 years since the first rollout of the ICAO electronic/biometric passports. For most of these programs, the personalized data & picture of the citizen were securely printed and protected onto a paper-based datapage, and electronically stored in the contactless component located inside the cover of the…