Please join Zebra Technologies and Security Products for “Combating Counterfeiting with High-Security ID Cards.”
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Overview:Combating Counterfeiting with High-Security ID Cards
How can you prevent your identification cards from being easy to duplicate? Join Zebra Technologies in our FREE one-hour webinar, “Combating Counterfeiting with High-Security ID Cards,” to learn how a variety of card printing techniques can make it difficult to counterfeit your organization’s ID cards.
Through this Web-based seminar, you’ll learn …
- The types of printers, cards and laminates you can use to reduce unauthorized duplication.
- How companies like yours have thwarted counterfeiting by using a combination of printers and supplies.
- How your own company can create tamper-proof, counterfeit-proof ID cards.
All attendees will receive a complimentary white paper, Back to Basics: Create High-Security ID Cards.
Gary Field, sales engineering manager at Zebra Technologies, has over 21 years of experience in the card ID industry. He holds six patents in the thermal printing/ID card area and was part of the design group that developed the first thermal printer for CR80 polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic cards.
Gary has a Bachelor of Science in engineering technology from the Southeastern Massachusetts University and is a member of the Document Security Alliance and American Association of Motor Vehicle Administration (AAMVA).
Jaime Silvar, supplies product specialist at Zebra Technologies, has over nine years of experience in the secure card industry, with extensive knowledge in card design, color palette capabilities, material composition, green-friendly initiatives, R&D developments and ISO compliance requirements. Previous to Zebra, Jaime was at Oberthur Card Systems, where he was responsible for product development of secure ID cards and technology cards.
Jaime holds a master’s degree in operations management from the University of Phoenix and is an active member of the International Card Manufacturers Association (ICMA).
This live webinar took place on Tuesday - December 9, 2008. The webinar is one hour—including the Q&A.
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