The Ultimate Security Link in Identification Cards, iDcentrix Fuses the Information to the Core.
LOS ANGELES Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. -- iDcentrix brings the latest in hacker-proof identification (ID) cards to the US market that effectively combat identity counterfeiting by providing the ultimate in security and durability. It is the only card on the market that incorporates Swiss banknote paper and polycarbonate A category of plastic materials used to make a myriad of products, including CDs and CD-ROMs. to create a card that makes it impossible to get to the printed information.
"In today's burgeoning corporate and government ID solutions marketplace, it is important to create a card with materials that in themselves are counterfeit-proof. You can ultimately destroy our card, but you cannot make a counterfeit. iDcentrix provides the missing security link with the most durable polymer material embedded with the world's most well-established banknote paper," said company president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. Francine Dubois. "Our patented process has been verified by the Swiss National Forensic Laboratory and meets and exceeds US Federal ID standards."
Traditional banknote security features such as watermarks and threads in addition to holograms, special inks, and tactile features can be incorporated to provide additional visual security.
iDcentrix has a unique patented technology that uses banknote paper and polycarbonate, a material that holds up longer than other plastics, to create an ID card where all materials including the printed data are welded together to form a solid polycarbonate block. Conversely, standard multilayer plastic cards can be delaminated and the printed information compromised. iDcentrix ID cards also offer easy authentication (1) Verifying the integrity of a transmitted message. See message integrity, e-mail authentication and MAC.
(2) Verifying the identity of a user logging into a network. without high-tech devices because just like a banknote, the watermarks and other security elements are clearly visible when brought against light.
"By integrating our card into an end-to-end ID solution, you end up with the most reliable ID, be it an access control card based on contactless smart card A smart card that uses radio frequencies to provide a wireless connection to the reader. The transmission range is only a couple of inches, but allows the card to be quickly passed by a reader in applications such as secured entrances. See smart card and UltraCard. technology or a magnetic stripe A small length of magnetic tape adhered to credit cards, badges, permits, passes and tokens. The tape is read by magnetic stripe readers incorporated into ATMs, identification readers and payment terminals. driver license. The iDcentrix card is just as secure as a banknote," Dubois adds, "and who doesn't trust a banknote?"
Founded in January 2007, iDcentrix Inc., based in El Segundo El Segundo (ĕl sēgŭn`dō), industrial city (1990 pop. 15,223), Los Angeles co., S Calif., on Santa Monica Bay; inc. 1917. Its products include navigation and computer systems, aircraft parts, office machines, telephone apparatus, and , 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 card·hold·er
One who holds a card, especially a credit card.
cardhold . The company issues cards by partnering with local card manufacturers and also sells the ID card production equipment and consumables to corporate and governmental card issuers. With the identification solutions market gaining momentum worldwide, iDcentrix is poised to experience significant growth over the next few years. For more information go to www.idcentrix.com.