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  1. Biometric ID for first responders could help police and firefighters better respond to emergencies. Those authentication technologies, however, come with risks and challenges, according to a new draft report from NIST. In “Using Mobile Device Biometrics for Authenticating First Responders,” NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence says that as more public safety organizations (PSOs) adopt […]

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  2. Two new efforts from the tech giant point to more mainstream use of electronic passports and offering pandemic status updates for travelers.

    The post Apple launching vaccination status, passports in Apple Wallet appeared first on SecureIDNews.

  3. Secure ID and card printer solutions provider, Evolis, is seeking to make life easier for students and staff with its automated card issuance kiosks. The self-service solution offers campuses a means to completely automate the card issuance process, free up valuable time for staff, and slash lines and wait times for students.

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  4. A digital passport authentication project in the UK will include the participation of IDEMIA. This deal marks the latest digital ID development in that country, and an example of a potential public-private partnership in that area. IDEMIA says it has secured a contract to take part in the pilot, which was announced in July 2019, […]

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  5. Trusted identity solutions provider, HID Global, announced an expansion to its Seos credential family, adding two new products to the line. The Seos 16K marks the first credential certified to the highest IT security level with 16 kilobytes of memory, and Seos Essential is the company's new, single-application credential that delivers trusted security and data protection for less complex deployments.

    The post HID expands Seos credential suite with new products appeared first on SecureIDNews.

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