White paper: Gemalto - The paper elements of a passport

16/01/18

The rapid adoption of ePassports over recent years has proved a major step forward in terms of both homeland security and traveller convenience. There’s also fast growing recognition of what polycarbonate data pages can do in thwarting attempts to tamper with or counterfeit passports. 

In this paper, however, Gemalto outline their belief that it is crucial that authorities do not overlook the continuing importance of a securityconscious approach to the paper elements of a passport’s design and production.

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