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  • The fourth generation of ePassport,
    looking at the future of travel

    This white paper presents some of the potentials of the new generation of travel documents.

    The fourth generation of ePassport, looking at the future of travel

  • Whitepaper

    Steering the future with electronic Driving License

    Deliver more with less
    This white paper describes how new wave of secure electronic driving licenses (eDLs) can trigger changes and create many opportunities for authorities.

    Steering the future with electronic Driving License [PDF - 636 KB]

  • Whitepaper

    Pooling identity documents and their infrastructures in
    e-Government programs

    This white paper describes the technical and organizational solutions to implement in order to federate new secure documents and their infrastructures.
    Pooling secure documents and their infrastructures will then help to promote national economic growth.

    Pooling identity documents and their infrastructures in e-Government programs [PDF - 865 KB]

  • e-Gov 2.0 - Towards a sustainable society

    10 object lessons in Green IT and eGovernment, From green washing to green spirit

    e-Government is an essential part of the political supervision needed for the harmonious construction of a sustainable society. This paper will illustrate this point.

    Whitepaper: e-Gov 2.0 - Towards a sustainable society [PDF - 2.3 mb]

  • Whitepaper Healthcare Fraud

    Healthcare fraud

    Fraud has a direct impact on healthcare funding. This Eurosmart white paper provides an in-depth evaluation of healthcare fraud in five separate countries with different healthcare models in place. Based on the findings presented, it sets out recommendations to curb fraud through implementation of microchip card technology.

    Healthcare fraud [PDF -1mb]

  • Benefits of Elliptic Curve Cryptography

    An alternative to public-key cryptography, ECC enables a smaller key with comparable security. It can expedite execution with a crypto processor, sometimes even dispensing with one altogether. This paper outlines the various cryptographic schemes, chief standards and product specifications.

    Guide to Benefits of Elliptic Curve Cryptography [PDF -749kb]

  • Protecting Identities and Stopping Crime with Digital eIDs

    A Brief for Policy Makers
    In the United States, lack of security in government-issued identity credentials is a major contributing factor to identity theft. This paper examines progress made establishing eID digital identity credentialing. It also explores other eID implementation opportunities currently under consideration.

    Guide to Protecting Identities and Stopping Crime with Digital eIDs [PDF -1mb]

  • Moving to the third generation of electronic passportss

    A new dimension in electronic passport security with Supplemental Access Control (SAC)
    SAC is an evolution of BAC for future-proof security in travel documents. The ICAO and EU will make this protocol mandatory in 2014. Given the 10-year life span of travel documents, migration to next-generation ePassport technology must be planned now.

    Moving to the third generation of electronic passports [PDF - 687 kb]

  • Moving to the Second Generation of Electronic Passports

    Fingerprint biometrics for enhanced security & privacy
    Second-generation ePassports contain more biometric data than previous documents. EAC provides a means to protect highly sensitive data against disclosure to unauthorized parties while offering tremendous advances in secure travel documents and strong border control.

    Moving to the Second Generation of Electronic Passports [PDF - 501 kb]

  • The lessons of European and Middle Eastern implementations of e-ID

    The smart card technology that has transformed monetary transactions can bring similar benefits to public service delivery. This paper examines the technology's potential to create a virtuous circle of increasing take-up supporting expanded functionality and enhanced appeal to citizens.

    The lessons of European and Middle Eastern implementations of e-ID [PDF - 590 kb]

  • Whitepaper: eGov 2.0 : the keys to success

    Choosing and building the pathway to success -Best practices and success factors
    This report examines the foundations of successful eGovernment programs and outlines ways public support can be mobilized for adoption of the 2.0 citizen-centric approach.

    Whitepaper: eGov 2.0 : the keys to success [PDF - 2.6mb]
    Also available in French [PDF - 2.8mb ], in Portuguese [PDF - 2.8mb ] & in Japanese [PDF - 1mb ]

  • Whitepaper: eHealthcare and Electronic Health Records

    October 2010
    The next logical step to overhauling healthcare is the introduction of Electronic Health Records (EHR) to efficiently and securely store patient medical records. All parties will benefit from optimized medical treatments, simplified procedures and enhanced security and privacy.

    Whitepaper: eHealthcare and Electronic Health Records [PDF - 502 kb]
    Also available in French [PDF - 528kb ] and in Portuguese [PDF - 479kb ]

  • Whitepaper: Healthcare Systems and European Harmonization

    October 2010
    Identification management interoperability presents a serious stumbling block for seamless pan-European healthcare delivery. This paper sets out recommendations for a secure cross-border eHealthcare infrastructure meeting the full array of country-specific requirements while offering genuine mobility for European citizens.

    Whitepaper: Healthcare Systems and European Harmonization [PDF - 502 kb]

  • Whitepaper: Operating Software in Secure Electronic Documents

    Operating software forms the heart of a secure electronic document. Careful selection of best-in-class operating software should be the foremost priority of any secure electronic document program. This critical choice determines the document's short-term success and long-term viability.

    Whitepaper: Operating Software in Secure Electronic Documents [PDF - 676 kb]

  • Whitepaper: Polycarbonate and Identity Documents

    An insight into the security decisions on the horizon for some of the world's most senior IT personnel
    Polycarbonate has won the trust of governments worldwide. Used in more than 25 national ID card and passport programs, the exceptionally durable and tamper-proof material cannot be delaminated. Polycarbonate can be personalized with irreversible laser engraving and level-one security features.

    Whitepaper: Polycarbonate and Identity Documents [PDF - 787 kb]

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