3M Will Provide End to End Solution as
Extended Access Control in Passports and
Other Identity Documents is Implemented
From secure document issuance to border management, 3M offers customers trusted solutions
This week's ePassports EAC Conformity and Interoperability Tests in Prague, Czech Republic,
will mark the gathering of security agency members throughout Europe and beyond. In
conjunction with technical solutions providers, these ministries will convene in order to further
the goals of ICAO to test the interoperability of the implementation of Extended Access Control
(EAC) in Passports and other national identity documents.
In conjunction with these interoperability tests, 3M is exhibiting at this important global event to
announce and demonstrate its intention to provide an end-to-end solution that will complete the
deployment of PKI solutions for border management and secure document issuance.
A trusted supplier of border control solutions, 3M already provides ePassport scanners and
additional software-based border management solutions to dozens of countries around the globe.
As EAC is deployed, 3M will leverage its strength and understanding of secure data
management, policy and workflow integration to provide solutions specific to the needs of
existing and new customers.
3M is a leading global provider of innovative security solutions that use proprietary 3M
technologies, including light management, optics, films, adhesives and virtual images. 3M has
helped to solve a wide range of security problems for both government and private organizations,
protecting everything from passports and drivers' licenses to electronic components and
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A recognized leader in research and development, 3M produces thousands of innovative
products for dozens of diverse markets. 3M's core strength is applying its more than 40 distinct
technology platforms often in combination to a wide array of customer needs. With $24
billion in sales, 3M