Clearance: original price $99 member, $129 nonmember
Much has been said about the difficulties in screening people for possible imposter fraud or security concerns based upon use of current identity documents like birth certificates, driver’s licenses, and passports. The most common reasons given are the lack of standardization of security features and the layout for these documents. This criticism is focused on the inability of even a trained person to recognize valid documents and the specific parameters for each of these documents.
This webinar focuses on the value of machine screening of the identity documents in circulation and the requirement for a standardized metric for adjudication of the identity assurance process. The distinction is between human screening and the power of machine processing. The diversity of the identity documents and the issuer’s attempts to exert their own unique identity for their documents is actually a benefit to machine screening. The rich variety of specific layout and production characteristics provide many examination points for evaluation. The processing power, storage capacity, and imaging options, only recently available at a reasonable price point, make real-time examination of all of the unique properties and a subsequent risk analysis of the results a practical approach.
Recorded October 30, 2013.
- A “Chain of Trust” Must Start with Proof of a “Chain of Custody
- Human Inspectors Cannot Authenticate the Many IDs in Circulation
- Machine Authentication Facilitates Automation and Protects Privacy
- Legal Foundation
CD box set; 90 minutes. This webinar may be eligible for up to two CPEs.