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Multi-Technology Smart Cards On Show At Smart Card Alliance Event

LaserCard : 19 May, 2010  (New Product)
LaserCard is attending the Smart Card Alliance 2010 Conference to demonstrate the use of multiple technologies to achieve high levels of counterfeit resistance on ID cards
LaserCard is highlighting its multi-technology smart card solutions at the Smart Card Alliance 2010 Annual Conference to be held May 17-20, 2010 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Company will showcase the innovative integration of its highly counterfeit-resistant optical security media with other mainstream smart card technologies on a single ID card, addressing the needs of government ID programs around the world.

Interest in multi-technology ID cards is increasing among governments worldwide as they seek to combine multi-functionality with high security, durability, and ease of authentication in applications ranging from Patient ID to e-government to border crossing.

The Company's ground breaking multi-technology program for the new US Green Card and the Carabinieri (Italian Police Force) are models of the effective layering of ID technologies in the highest security applications. Earlier this week, the US Department of Homeland Security began issuing the new Green Cards, which feature advanced optical security media, and for the first time, RFID tags for compliance with the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative.

"LaserCard's multi-layered approach presents substantial hurdles for counterfeiters to overcome. The Italian Carabinieri and the new US Green Card illustrate the benefits of combining optical security media with other standards-based technologies supplied by our partners to create a leading edge, secure credential," said Bob DeVincenzi, president and CEO of LaserCard.
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