Veridos will unveil the next generation in security and verification solutions at the World Police Summit in Dubai. Three innovative products – VeriDNA, VergiGO Drive ID and the Veridos Inspection Kit – will empower governments to make official documents even more secure and to identify individuals faster.
Taking place on March 14-17, 2022, the summit will be Veridos’ opportunity to showcase these three products. The focus will be on VeriDNA, a new solution for guaranteed identity determination, based on DNA pattern recognition and unique DNA IDs. VeriDNA provides governments with a comprehensive technology package for the verification of individuals that simultaneously protects privacy, can be used in the field on a mobile basis and complies with all the necessary quality and security standards.
Thanks to the technology embedded within it, VeriDNA, the company says it is the world’s first solution to create forgery-proof identifiers based on the biometrics of human DNA and to integrate them into ID lifecycle management. Unlike irises and fingerprints, which change over the course of a person’s life, DNA always remains the same. This means the corresponding data only needs to be captured once, marking a significant improvement on other forms of biometrics. The technology used ensures the protection of privacy at all times as DNA IDs only store a unique code. VeriDNA includes the entire identification process, from the generation of an individual DNA ID, its registration and application into an appropriate ID through to operational verification at specific checkpoints of the national ID infrastructure.
Veridos‘ tried and tested Veridos Inspection Kit and VeriGO Drive ID will also be on display. While the VeriGo digital driver’s license simplifies the verification of the document, as well as the identification of individuals in accordance with the latest security standards, the Inspection Kit provides a mobile inspection station that can be implemented as a perfect fit in the VeriGO Border Control Solution (BCS).
“We are pleased to be part of the World Police Summit and to help shape the trends in state-of-the-art identification solutions. With VeriDNA we are unveiling the next generation of reliable and secure identification solutions,” explains Marc-Julian Siewert, CEO at Veridos. “Governments can easily integrate the product into their existing border control systems – whether stationary at airports, or mobile at the border. At the same time, the individual’s privacy is protected to the highest degree, as the DNA IDs used consist only of an anonymous sequence of numbers and do not store any other characteristics.”