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By Entrust Datacard

January 26, 2015

From the halls of universities to the Oval Office, the issue of cybersecurity is occupying an increasingly central role in everyday life. The major growth in cybersecurity efforts in organizations of all types is undoubtedly due in large part to the havoc that hackers wreaked in 2014. During last year, we got accustomed to seeing new breach headlines every couple of days it seemed like. Hopefully, though, 2015 will be the year we take significant steps toward keeping those attacks at bay. With the work currently being done by educational and government institutions, it looks like preparedness will be the word in 2015.
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By Entrust Datacard

July 27, 2015

Increasingly, government applications and services are moving to cyberspace, which provides citizens with more convenient means of accessing these resources. However, the growing use of cyber apps and service-based solutions among governments is prompting a question of security. In a threat-heavy age, how can governments ensure that citizens are protected as they access privileged services? This is a question that's facing national governments around the world.
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By Entrust Datacard

November 13, 2015

When it comes to ePassports, that's not a topic that is new to governments. In fact, it has been a subject of discussion - and action - for some time now. Back in 2012, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) put out a report stating that roughly half of U.N. member states were issuing ePassports. At the time, the U.S. was leading the pack in terms of ePassport offerings, but European countries and nations in the Asia-Pacific region were also gaining momentum as far as their own ePassport presence, according to SecureID News. 
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By Entrust Datacard

October 14, 2015

In 2012, the number of people traveling internationally for business and pleasure broke the one billion mark. With more and more people traveling internationally, the burden of securing each of those borders has become mission critical. Security technology is evolving to manage the threats that undermine traditional identity security measures. There is now a global shift to move towards ePassports. Additionally, governments can take steps today that will help alleviate and mitigate the risk of fraud and false identification as citizens and consumers travel, cross borders, vote or access e-gov services. Here are 5 ways governments can prevent weak links in their border security process:
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By Entrust Datacard

April 11, 2014

The ever-present and wide-ranging threats posed by malware poses to enterprise security. Entrust takes a deeper look at the widespread and pervasive nature of the cyberattacks that are circulating the cybersphere for IT Departments and Governments. 
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By Entrust Datacard

November 07, 2017

National and global security-related events on the rise. Now is the time for increased awareness and urgency around municipal security. 
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By Entrust Datacard

April 10, 2013

Entrust President and CEO Bill Conner went to the airwaves to chat with David Johnson, of KRLD AM 1080, for a CEO Spotlight segment.
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By Entrust Datacard

August 06, 2013

A balanced relationship must exist between governments that require personal information from citizens entering their country and citizens who are willing to give up this information.
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By Entrust Datacard

November 21, 2013

We are winding down CARTES Paris 2013. Another very successful day here at the show. One of the main highlights today was our workshop "The Science Behind the Credential: Real World Lessons from Secure ID Experts," that was hosted by Josh Jabs, vice president of government marketing for Datacard Group.
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By Entrust Datacard

November 05, 2013

The U.K. is currently taking active measures to prepare its financial sector with solutions for dealing with massive cyberattacks. Recently, banks have requested to conform to new guidelines imposed by the U.K.’s Financial Policy Committee (FPC), a government group in charge of monitoring both the Bank of England as well as the economy.
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