Category Archives: Law Enforcement

Entrust to Attend INTERPOL General Assembly

October 17, 2013 by Entrust, Inc.     No Comments

In today’s world of constantly changing cyberthreats, advancing global security is an absolute necessity. Intelligent solutions are needed in order to help eliminate global organized crime, terrorism and other illicit activities that plague organizations—and individuals—everywhere. One organization that relies on these intelligent solutions is the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL). On Oct. 21, Entrust will [Read More...]

Entrust Goes Global to Demonstrate eID, ePassport and Law Enforcement Security Solutions

October 15, 2013 by Entrust, Inc.     No Comments

Entrust’s technology and expertise has long been used in the most advanced, cryptographically secure travel document deployments across the globe. As the global leader in eID and ePassport technology, Entrust strives to protect enterprises and governments from the constantly evolving threat landscape. So, how does one stay ahead in an industry that is constantly changing? [Read More...]

ePassports Proving to be a Widespread Method of Border Control

August 6, 2013 by Entrust, Inc.     No Comments

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. The ePassport is a security model designed to ensure that this balance occurs as it ensures the authentication of citizens through a secure trust infrastructure and advanced privacy controls. [Read More...]

Entrust at RSA: Advanced Authentication for CJIS Compliance

February 28, 2013 by Entrust, Inc.     No Comments
This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series Entrust at RSA Conference 2013

At Entrust Booth 1139 at RSA this week, Entrust authentication expert Mike Moir outlined cost-effective methods for implementing advanced authentication to ensure CJIS compliance.

International Law Enforcement Teams up to Capture International Fugitive Luka Magnotta

June 8, 2012 by Mike Moir     No Comments

Well, Luka Rocco Magnotta’s life on the run came to an abrupt end this week in Berlin.   After allegedly killing a very unfortunate exchange student from China and before Canadian officials knew any of the crimes were committed, Magnotta flew to Paris where he could ‘disappear’ into Europe or beyond.

What is PIV-I?

June 17, 2011 by Gary Moore     No Comments

I have been involved with credentialing in the Federal Government for many years, coming on multiple decades to be honest, and it has been an interesting ride. Over the last few years there has been a substantial change, starting with the signing of HSPD-12 in 2004. What HSPD-12 did was to codify credential issuance within the Federal Government. HSPD-12 brought in not just [Read More...]

Entrust CEO Talks Credentials, Border Security at INTERPOL General Assembly

November 12, 2010 by Mark Joynes     No Comments

Entrust President and CEO Bill Conner was center stage for the world’s top law enforcement officials this week. On Monday, Conner spoke to global security leaders during INTERPOL’s 79th General Assembly in Doha, Qatar. Conner emphasized the seriousness of the current identity fraud threat landscape, and also outlined the multipurpose smartcard credentialsEntrust recently developed to properly secure [Read More...]

Entrust Provides Expertise on Border Security, Malware Defense at Hong Kong INTERPOL Conference

September 15, 2010 by Karen Platt     No Comments

Entrust’s Mark Joynes spoke today at the first INTERPOL Information Security Conference (IISC) in Hong Kong. The three-day event, co-hosted by INTERPOL and the Hong Kong Police, addresses the importance of specific solutions that help solve critical border security challenges and defend against advanced malware attacks.

Law Enforcement Authentication – Keep Safe Out There

August 25, 2010 by Karen Platt     No Comments

Entrust met on August 24th with a number of representatives of Southern California police forces to discuss strong authentication for law enforcement. While most policing agencies already have some form of access control in place, a number of factors are causing these systems to be reexamined. Budget Squeeze It’s no secret that the slow economy [Read More...]