Privacy Protection Foil

The FIPS 201-approved Privacy Protection Foil consists of passport covers and electronically opaque sleeves that are used to house and protect cards containing RFID radioactive chips, including PIV, smart, credit, campus ID, passport, healthcare and green cards, as well as drivers’ licenses. The material can be incorporated in wallets, handbags, briefcases and any other products that need protection. It completely covers both sides of personal items and will block any skimming device from penetrating the RFID chip.
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