Imprimerie Nationale, the French National Printing Group, and a leader in secure identity solutions, has joined the EEIG Secure Identity Alliance (SIA) as a member of the Board, alongside the founding members Gemalto, Oberthur Technologies and Safran Morpho.
As the secure eDocuments provider for the French Government, Imprimerie Nationale is a major leader in the secure identity space, and boasts extensive experience in the development and deployment of both physical and digital identity programs.
The National Printing Group will work with its counterparts in the SIA to create the conditions for a confident dialogue between governmental and non-governmental organizations worldwide on the critical issues of security of identity.
Established in 2013, the Secure Identity Alliance is dedicated to supporting sustainable worldwide economic growth and prosperity through the development of trusted digital identities and the widespread adoption of secure eServices. The Alliance offers support and expertise to allow government agencies and other public bodies to implement their digital ID projects and realize the wide range of economic, public health, electoral and sustainability opportunities offered by the shift to digital service provision."The Board of SIA is pleased to welcome Imprimerie Nationale to the Secure Identity Alliance. This is a company with extensive expertise in the delivery of secure identity documents in France and abroad, and is strongly committed to helping public and private sectors address the challenges posed by today’s digital revolution.
The knowledge and expertise of IN will be key assets as the SIA continues to define and promote best practices in integrating digital identity security solutions, respect for privacy and ease of use."Frédéric Trojani, President of the Alliance
"The National Printing Group is pleased to join the Board of Directors of the Secure Identity Alliance. We look forward to contributing to the development of digital identity and e-services across the world, and to respond more specifically to the challenges in emerging countries."Didier Trutt, CEO of Groupe Imprimerie Nationale.
About the Secure Identity Alliance
The Secure Identity Alliance is dedicated to supporting sustainable worldwide economic growth and prosperity through the development of trusted digital identities and the widespread adoption of secure eServices.
The Alliance offers leadership and advisory services to governments and other public bodies; supporting the implementation of digital ID projects to accelerate the wide range of economic, public health, electoral and sustainability opportunities offered by the shift to digital service provision.
The Alliance brings together public, private and non-government organizations to foster international collaboration on Digital ID challenges and the issues of data security, citizen privacy, identity, authentication and more. The Alliance plays a key role in sharing best practice and uncovering the new generation of eIdentity and eDocument technologies crucial to building the trusted framework on which to drive eGovernment, and global economic growth, forward.
Its Board Members are Gemalto, Imprimerie Nationale, Morpho (Safran) and Oberthur Technologies.
About IN Groupe
IN Groupe is a global leader in secure identity solutions.
In a mobile and digital world where data security has become the major issue, IN Groupe offers States, governments and businesses trusted solutions including added value electronic components for banking, identity solutions including electronic components, cutting-edge secure credentials and safe and reliable interoperable systems, but also innovative and efficient digital services, and secure solutions for complex printings and workflows.
Real engineering company, IN Groupe is specialized in the integration of electronic and biometrics in identity documents and in polycarbonate cards. Thanks to its innovative new products and its strengthened security, IN Groupe has become a worldwide leader with major customers in over 68 countries.
IN Groupe is based in Paris and has 3 production centres, employing over 900 people in total, over a third of whom specialize in technological development.