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NASPO gives MorphoTrust production facility top marks

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MorphoTrust has announced that it has achieved the highest security certification from the North American Security Product Organization (NASPO) for one of its credential production sites.

According to the company, this facility is the first ever to receive the NASPO Class I Certification. The particular facility is used to produce U.S. drivers’ licenses and identification cards for state motor vehicle agencies.

NASPO is an American National Standards Institute and International Standards Organization accredited security standards developer that provides certification for all manufacturers and providers of identification documents, labels, cards packaging, materials and technology. Receiving NASPO certification assures that a factory meets Department of Homeland Security guidelines.

“We understand the trust placed in us by our customers and this certification demonstrates MorphoTrust’s drive to achieve the absolute highest levels of security in our facilities,” MorphoTrust Chief Security Officer Dennis Kallelis said. “We hire the world’s top security experts and invest several million dollars each year to ensure MorphoTrust is the United States’ most secure and reliable provider of identity solutions and services. Our dedication to complete and total security for customers, personnel, information and the supply chain at every level is what makes MorphoTrust the industry leader.”

Reported previously, MorphoTrust recently announced that it had achieved Final Operational Capability for transition of the TSA’s TWIC enrollment operations to the TSA’s new Universal Enrollment Services. This project involved the capture of biometric data.  

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