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The first private company-run Registered Traveler program is well underway at the Orlando International Airport. The CLEAR smart cards use biometrics to speed pre-enrolled passengers through dedicated security checkpoints.
Residents of Las Vegas can now pay for in-town parking with their mobile phones. To help avoid fines, text messages are sent prior to meter expiration, enabling parkers to ‘add money’ by hitting a key on the phone.
The Smart Card Alliance and the Security Industry Association have each launched programs to help their membership and respective industries address credentialing in the U.S. government.
A new product called SecureVault helps card offices and issuers protect and control card stock, printer ribbons, and other consumables. Whether employing a commercial solution or not, there are key procedures that every issuer can follow to increase this often-overlooked aspect of system security.
Standardizing security for a dispersed workforce of 32,000 employees with legacy credentials using mag stripe, barcode, and proximity technology is a daunting task. Find out how West Corporation got the new functionality they needed while preserving key elements of the legacy hardware.
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