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OTD 2014-19

Keesing Overview of Travel Documents 2014-2019 (August, 2020)

The 16th special edition gives an overview of newly released travel documents between 2014 and 2019. It contains hundreds of new ID documents issued by more than 200 authorities over the last five years.

 

 

 

OBN2020 (April)

Keesing Overview of Banknotes 2017-2019 (April, 2020)

The Overview of Banknotes 2017-2019 is an annual Keesing magazine that provides professional information to all stakeholders in the banknote security industry. The magazine includes all newly published banknotes in Keesing Documentchecker (issued in 2017, 2018 and 2019) and, aside from the banknote’s front and back image, the magazine also features information on the year of series,  issuing date, material, issuing bank and producer of the banknote.

 

 

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 61 (February, 2020)

Discover the latest innovations in laser and colour-printing technologies in the 61st issue of KJD&I. Then, learn how ISO 18013-5 mobile identities stand to revolutionise the service delivery industry worldwide as well as the important role that artificial intelligence can play in cybersecurity operations.

 

 

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity 2019 Annual Report (December, 2019)

The KJD&I 2019 Annual Report touches on the importance of national ID management in case of terrorist attacks. It also brings you all you need to know on America’s REAL ID Act as well as touches on Africa’s implementation of electronic IDs.

 

 

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 60 (August, 2019)

Learn more about India’s Aadhaar: the world’s largest biometric identification system, including the impact that it has had as well as the successes and failures that it has faced thus far. This issue also touches on varied EU initiatives in the ID document domain and interruptions to traditional counterfeiting workflows.

 

 

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 59 (June, 2019)

Read more about the challenges in facial identity verification, the US digital driver’s license and other trends and developments in the security document industry in this latest issue of Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity!

 

 

 

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 58 (February, 2019)

This issue of Keesing Journal of Documents and Identity features, among other topics, the seventh article from Zlotnick, Brough and Eberhard on a novel security design strategy to combat counterfeiting.

 

 

 

Annual Report Identity Management 2017 – 2018 (December, 2018)

Get a better view on border management issues in the world and learn more about the future challenges in  identification management. In this report you can find in depth articles, written by experts from all over the world.  All articles focus on current topics.

 

 

Keesing Journal Issue 57

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 57 (October, 2018)

Can an identity scheme which is privacy-friendly be defined in a blockchain environment? Is Additive Manufacturing or 3D printing disruptive for the security industry and what are the threats and opportunities? How can Big Data aid migration policy makers? Read all about this and more in the latest Keesing publication, Issue 57.

 

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 56 (June, 2018)

In this issue the whole breath of the identity development spectrum has been covered. Going way back to the history of passport design up to the futuristic sci-fi realm of face recognition on drones. Transliteration is another interesting subject covered in this number which is a ‘must read’ issue at present. All in all, a variety of interesting topics have been bound in this ‘must have’ work to ensure impactful and insightful reading.2

 

Keesing Journal 55

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 55 (February, 2018)

Biometrics, also in 2018 will increasingly take centre stage as more and more processes are linked to biometrical verification.

In this issue “Face Verification” is the focal point, with articles such as 3D enrolment improves face recognition, Face verification robustness & camera-subject distance and Pay-by-Face!

 

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Annual Report Identity Management 2016 – 2017 (December, 2017)
We are glad that in this year’s Annual Report on Identity Management, we have the privilege of having many experts writing articles on the seven aspects of the identity management model that we drew up in 2010, now an icon of the Annual Report of Keesing Journal of Document and Identity.

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 54 (October, 2017)

Will the term “Documents” change, to compromise other forms of identity proof? And will the booklet be replaced in 2032? In the near future, various tokens will probably emerge as proof of identity. However, recent changes in extension of the ICAO specifications show it takes considerable time for even smaller changes to become fully effective.

 

 

Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 53 (June, 2017)

In Issue 53 we have once again covered a great many interesting articles. To highlight a few, such as a report resulting from a decade of monitoring from the Bank of Canada on paper versus polymer wear and tear. Forensic document profiling using the still somewhat unconventional chemical approach as an addition to the traditional visual and physical examination in order to provide a more complementary and holistic approach to an investigation. Also take a closer look at the modernisation of the Seafarer’s ID and the Convention No. 185.

 

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 52 (February, 2017)

This issue covers various aspects of our identity. Our identities represent who we are and therefore deserve a lot of attention. Imagine what could happen to you if your identity was stolen and misused for purposes you would never associate yourself with.

 

 

Order the Keesing Journal Annual Report 2016-2017 Annual Report Identity Management 2016 – 2017 ( January, 2017)

Order the Keesing Journal Annual Report 2016 – 2017 here!

This special edition of Keesing Journal of Documents and Identity gives an overview of all the developments and highlights of 2016. It’s the most popular issue of the year, including the famous vendor overview.

 

 

Order a copy of Keesing Journal issue 51Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 51 (October, 2016)

Developing security documents is a constant rat race between the good guys (the document experts) and the bad guys, who constantly attempt to forge, counterfeit and imitate ID documents and banknotes. We aspire to always be one step ahead of them with new technologies, newer materials and to constantly check our own attitude. How do we use all these techniques in a responsible manner?

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 50 (June, 2016)

Issue 50 targets banknote design and its policies. It also covers the new cloud-based passport issuance systems. Because it is the 50th issue, a couple of special tributes can be found throughout the magazine.

 

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 49 (February, 2016)

This issue targets among other things the march of the mobile bioometrics in banking and payments, the new European Union laissez-passer and DICE, the banknote of the future.

 

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Annual Report Identity Management 2015 – 2016 ( January, 2016)
With the influx of refugees and the counterterrorism measures, identity plays a crucial issue around the world more than ever – are people who they say they are?

The issue focuses on Identity management 3.0 and the rise of a virtual passport; what are the pros and cons and how will it develop in time? Will we still need our passport booklets when crossing borders? Or will our faces become our passports? Furthermore, Cupertino Courgel discusses the visa system in Angola in an interview and we give an overview of the year 2015.

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 48 (October, 2015)

This issue covers in-depth articles on emergency travel documents , plasmonic metamaterials and near-infrared active personalisation.

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 47 (June, 2015)
This issue covers in-depth articles on the Cybermarket for forged identity documents, direct -write printing and advanced hologram technology.

Learn more about the US biometrics and identity intelligence programme part 4.

You can download the content overview page here.

 

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Keesing Journal of Documents & Identity Issue 46 (February, 2015)
This issue covers in-depth articles on the UN Security Council Resolution 2178, attributes and credentials and e-Passport authentication.

Learn more about the US biometrics and identity intelligence programme part 3.

You can download the content overview page here.

 

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