A trust infrastructure for ePassports


Citizens, in no matter what part of the world, seek a certain level of trust from their government when it comes to the protection of their personal identities and information. Whether it’s driver’s or professional licenses, birth certificates, taxpayer ID numbers, or other personally identifiable information (PII), citizens rely on governments to safeguard their information and keep it from being used for malicious purposes.

A great deal has been written about the use of RFID chips, certificates and biometrics for travel documents. But, the question of a suitable trust infrastructure has not received the same level of attention. When it comes to travel documents, we are at the same stage that eCommerce was at in the mid-‘90s. This whitepaper by Entrust explores all the issues.

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