The Secure ID Coalition is an affiliation of companies providing digital security solutions for identification documents, including contactless smart cards. Our mission is to promote the understanding and appropriate use of smart card technology to achieve enhanced security for enhanced ID management systems, while maintaining user privacy.
Such ID management systems include physical and/or logical access to facilities and networks.
Working with the following groups to help lead the charge for secure identification systems:
Citizen Privacy Rights
Coalition members support specific citizen privacy rights as follows:
Privacy of personal information as defined by all relevant regulations and laws, principally the body of laws known as the Fair Information Practices.
Confidence that ID documents have been appropriately secured against threats of fraudulent access to personal information.
Secure ID News to Know
Last month researchers at Johns Hopkins published research indicating that medical errors in healthcare facilities may constitute the third leading cause of death. This disturbing finding would mean that medical errors are in fact more deadly than stroke, Alzheimer's, respiratory disease and accidents in the United States.
The Secure ID Coalition is thrilled to announce that it will hold a legislative briefing for Capitol Hill staff and issue stakeholders discussing the Medicare Common Access Card Act on Wednesday, March 23rd.Read more...
In light of Monday’s GAO report, which found that smart cards could prevent Medicare fraud in nearly one-fourth of cases, the Secure ID Coalition has published a new one-pager examining how these findings compare to CMS' current fraud-reduction efforts. Please click here to check out why a smart card would be a huge boost to reducing fraud in Medicare.