Veridos wins Zambian eID card project

Thursday 12 October 2017 | 15:23 CET | News
The government has awarded Veridos a contract to deliver polycarbonate electronic ID cards to Zambia. The new eID card has a contactless chip. Veridos CEO Hans Wolfgang Kunz said the card offers various application options, including access to eGovernment services. It is based on the German eID, which supports applications for biometric identification, authentication, and digital signature services, with X.509 certificates for secure authentication.

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