Advanced Track & Trace Presents Sealcrypt®, Large Data Capacity Code For Document Protection, At SDW 2018

By | June 21, 2018

Exhibitor at the Security Document World expo in London, Advanced Track & Trace will be presenting SealCrypt®, the first large data capacity signed 2D code.

French leader in brand protection and ID security, Advanced Track & Trace has developed SealCrypt, a range of 2D codes allowing the storage of large amounts of data, off-line and signed with asymmetric keys. On a digital or physical document, SealCrypt® is decypherable with a simple smartphone, scanner or passport reader.

eIDAS regulation-compliant*, SealCrypt addresses markets dealing with storage of critical information such as administrative and ID documents, visas, badges, licenses, certificates… All the information being stored into SealCrypt, no database is required to check a document’s consistency and origin, thus allowing in-the-field inspections and preventing data piracy.

Deployed throughout several countries for the protection of a wide range of documents including health certificates, identification badges and vehicle registrations, SealCrypt® was certified France Cybersecurity by a jury of independent professionals and government representatives. 

Co-exhibitors ID3 Technologies have been working along with Advanced Track & Trace® to turn SealCrypt® into the first biometric wallet, allowing the storage of a person’s fingerprints, facial features and iris. Printed on a personal, highly secure card, SealCrypt® gives citizens the possibility to prove their identity while remaining the sole proprietor and owner of their biometrics.

Advanced Track & Trace® will be discussing ID protection, and providing samples and demo at the Security Document World fair in London on June 25-27, booth E27.

* The eIDAS Regulation establishes a European framework for electronic identification and trusted services to facilitate the emergence of the digital single market. It covers in particular the subject of electronic signatures and repeals Directive 1999/93/EC. ANSSI is one of the national bodies responsible for implementing this regulation.