Over the last year or so, CDIA had several opinion pieces and letters to the editor published in newspapers across the U.S. We have put a few here in this blog since we did not post them before. There are opinion letters published in the Austin American-Statesman, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Albuquerque Journal, to name… Continue reading CDIA Opinion Letters Published
There have been movements in the TSA and in Congress for the administration to clear name-based criminal background checks as a complement to or substitute for fingerprints for TSAPre(R). This is a worthwhile review.
When the infamous bank robber, Willie Sutton, was asked why he robbed banks, he replied simply, “because that’s where the money is.” If fingerprints are Coronado’s illusive “gold standard” than Fort Knox was robbed in 2015. The Washington Post reported that “[o]ne of the scariest parts of the massive cybersecurity breaches at the Office of… Continue reading Fingerprint Database: Hacked