Secure Personal Identification Systems: Policy, Process and Technology Choices for a Privacy-Sensitive Solution
by Smart Card Alliance
This paper describes policy, process and technology issues that need to be considered in implementing a privacy-sensitive secure personal ID system. The different ID technologies that are available are compared, and the role that smart cards can play in implementing trusted personal credentials is presented.
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