Los Angeles (PRWEB) March 31, 2008
iDcentrix, a provider of innovative, highly secure ID cards and card issuance systems, today announced they have become members of the Document Security Alliance (DSA), the widely respected association created to improve the security procedures associated with identity documents and security related procedures.
"The DSA is dedicated to providing guidance on critical security issues for government IDs, so we are honored to be a part of the collective wisdom that addresses these important issues," noted iDcentrix CEO Francine Dubois.
Government agencies that have been active in the DSA include: U.S. Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Transportation Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, The White House, the Central Intelligence Agency and many more.
The organization has a successful history of uniting agencies across the country with the common goal of sharing experiences and examples of fraudulent documents, to stop the activity in its tracks or prevent fraud from happening. Volunteers from over eighty worldwide companies have committees within the DSA providing recommendations on processes, methods, techniques and technologies, like that of iDcentrix, to improve the forensic tracing of fraudulent documents.
Dubois continues, "We at iDcentrix look forward to contributing to the many successful measures the DSA has already established, and to helping curb the abuse of fraudulent documents"
iDcentrix Inc., based in El Segundo, CA, has licensed a patented technology providing highly secure identification cards based on Swiss banknote paper and polycarbonate. Unlike other ID cards on the market, the iDcentrix card cannot be duplicated or counterfeited thereby guaranteeing the integrity of the card data and the identity of the cardholder. The company sells the ID card production equipment and consumables to corporate and governmental card issuers and also issues cards by partnering with local card manufacturers. For more information go to http://www.idcentrix.com
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