Identification has become more common in many areas, both for persons as well as in different professions. Identification can be done in many ways, either biometrically by personal attributes (iris, voice, face, fingerprint or palmprint), or various personal smart cards (identity cards, smart cards, or chip cards).
Readers provided by us, involved in the identification, are all trustworthy; verified together with the importers, software vendors, and national claims organizations.
Personal cards with a microchip are becoming more and more popular because with them a fast, reliably and secure identification is made when logging in to various network services.
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A smart card is a secure key for many public and private sector online services that require a person's identity. The secure certificate of the ID card also acts as a network key for many insurance, education, municipal and state administration services. The service offering is growing continuously and one can now say that the ID card is one key to numerous services. In addition, card certificates can be used to encrypt and electronically sign information such as e-mails.
The authentication challenge
Balancing security and usability has always been a challenge. Software authentication, including passwords, sms and mobile apps are all increasingly vulnerable to malware and hackers. And the more secure hardware authentication solutions are difficult to use and deploy.
Security keys are used to fulfill newest global authentication standards, enabling one single security key to access computers, phones, networks and online services—all in a simple touch.
Special keyboards with high quality features for different needs. To facilitate product placement on a desk, mobile solutions or highly protected for the most demanding conditions.
Biometric recognition means that a person is identified using the unique features of the human body, biometric identifiers, such as human fingerprints. Only very few people have similar biometric identifiers, so they can almost certainly be identified by man.
The most commonly used biometric identifiers include face, sound, fingerprints, eye iris and palm blood vessels.
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