Security Document IDentification Workshop
In cooperation with Keesing Technologies, Jura offers an intensive workshop. This workshop has a duration of 30 hours, spread over 5 days. Our aim is to make the participants aware of the role, meaning, limits and advantages of a wide range of security features. During the workshop, participants will acquire the knowledge and skills needed to verify ID documents effectively. Furthermore, the course promotes new ideas about developing efficient methods and knowhow for daily document checking.
Learning outcomes of the Security Document IDentification Workshop
By the end of the course participants are able to:
- Distinguish various printing technologies and techniques
- Identify different forgery methods
- Understand the importance of security features
- Make suggestions for effective improvements of security documents
- Differentiate between document reading and document verification
- Authenticate ID documents
- Establish whether the person presenting the ID document is its rightful holder
The full course program is available in the Workshop Brochure on Keesing's website. Please, click here.
For more information about the Workshop and how you can register contact Keesing directly, clicking here.
Keesing Technologies was founded in 1923 and leads the way in digital ID document and banknote authentication solutions. The objective of Keesing Technologies is to help organisations prevent counterfeiting and combat fraud by providing the world’s best authentication solutions. Keesing serves more than 6,000 organisations, including government agencies, security printers, temporary employment agencies, insurance companies, banks, telecom providers, solicitors and airlines. Keesing has offices in The Netherlands, France, and the USA, and collaborates with distributors, strategic partners and agents all over the world.
The new International Currency Association (ICA)
Currency Industry Launches New Trade Association
Paris, April 11, 2016 – The currency industry has launched a new trade association today, the International Currency Association (ICA). The ICA is a not-for-profit organisation representing all suppliers of currency as well as all suppliers of products, technologies, Cash-in-Transit services and equipment used in the design, production, handling, and circulation of currency worldwide.
The new industry association will work to support and promote currencies worldwide, provide a framework that fosters innovation in the currency industry and work alongside other bodies to support business being conducted to the highest ethical standards.
“Currency is the most financially inclusive and secure of all payment types. It accounts for 85% of transactions worldwide, and the amount of currency in circulation continues to grow year on year by approximately 5%. There is a debate taking place around financial inclusion and the role emerging technologies can play. Until now, there has not been a single voice for the currency industry in this debate. The ICA will provide that voice, In addition, the ICA will identify and prioritise research and best practice sharing in order to drive the constant innovation needed to maintain and enhance the integrity of currency as a key payment mechanism ” stated Ralf Wintergerst of Giesecke & Devrient.
“The new association will support its members in building and in connecting a global community. The ICA will provide both virtual and real platforms for networking and for exchanging know-how and expertise’ he added.
The initial members of the ICA are Canadian Bank Note Company, Crane Currency, De La Rue, Fabriano, Giesecke & Devrient, Gleitsmann Security Inks, Innovia Security, Jura, KBA-NotaSys, Landqart, Leonhard Kurz, Louisenthal, Orell Füssli, Parvis, Royal Kusters Engineering, SICPA and SURYS.
Following the launch, the ICA is now inviting all industry participants to join, in order to promote the benefits of cash as an essential component of a modern payment landscape and further the core goals of innovation and best practice across the industry.
For more information about the ICA, please visit: www.currencyassociation.org. For media enquiries, contact Robin Mackenzie (De La Rue) on +44 (0)7469 378608
New tool for brand protection
Jura offers the IQ–R, a new advanced track & trace and anti-counterfeiting system for brand protection, and to enhance the security of short lifetime personalized products, such as cheques, vouchers, tickets, labels. For more details please click here.