Protecting Biometric Data with EAC

14/06/10
Much work remains to be done to devise acceptable ways of controlling the use, storage and communication of personally identifiable information.  

An innovation in the security of machine-readable travel documents (MRTD), Extended Access Control (EAC) has been adopted by many European Union (EU) countries, as well as by some countries outside the EU. This whitepaper from Entrust explores in great detail some of the issues at stake.

 


 

 

 

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