Wireless network certificate validating identity

26 Apr

The National Electronic Identity Card (e-ID card) is a chip based card with multiple functions.

The card is a token given upon successful enrolment or registration into the National Identity System.

Bruce Morton has worked in the public key infrastructure and digital certificate industry for more than 15 years and has focused on SSL and other publicly trusted certificates since 2005.

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