Just before the holidays, MorphoTrust announced that it has earned the highest possible security certification from NASPO (North American Security Product Organization) for one of the company’s production sites.
Reports MorphoTrust, the facility, which produces U.S. Drivers’ Licenses and ID cards for state motor vehicle agencies, is the first in history to achieve the NASPO Class I Certification.
NASPO provides certifications for all providers and manufacturers of identification documents, cards, packaging, labels, materials, and technology. Receiving this certification insures that a facility meets or exceeds Department of Homeland Security requirements.
Chief Seurity Officer at MorphoTrust, Dennis Kallelis, expressed, “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.”
Previously, MorphoTrust had announced that it had earned Final Operational Capacity for the transition of TWIC enrollment operations to the TSA’s recently-introduced Universal Enrollment Services, which involved the capture of copious amounts of biometric data.