Combo Those Cards

Blank, Eric
February 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2005, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
Focuses on combining radio frequency identification-enabled plastic cards with advanced card printing and manufacturing techniques for additional security in multiple operations. Addition of hidden patterns and information printed on the surface of a card for another level of security to assess authentication; Use of holograms to prevent duplication and replication of ID cards.


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