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So far Nikuv has created 8 blog entries.

Nikuv Establishes a National HIV&TB Database

Nikuv is currently setting up a national HIV and Tuberculosis database and system for the Ministry of Health in Zimbabwe, as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.

The system will gather information from some 700 sites across the country, and through the technology provided by the company a centralized database will be set up, allowing […]

By |July 2nd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Positive Change through ID Systems in Africa with Nikuv

Nikuv participated in the second annual forum and exposition of electronic identity in Africa. The forum is arranged by ID4Africa and took place this year from the 24th until the 26th of June in Kigali, Rwanda. The forum is aimed at bringing representatives of various stakeholder groups in the identity sphere in Africa together so […]

By |August 4th, 2016|e-ID cards|0 Comments

How e-Gates have Transformed Border Control Processes

The primary goal of border control is to efficiently manage, screen and control the flow of people across the land, air and sea borders of a country. It’s a task that is extremely important for security purposes of any country and also very challenging due to the sheer number of people whose details need to […]

By |June 18th, 2015|Biometric Systems, Data security, Identification system|2 Comments

Database Security

Protecting your database systems should be a vital component of your overall IT strategy. Once you have made the shift from outdated data management systems to sophisticated a databases, protecting your data from accidental or intentional loss, unlawful entry or theft is paramount to the overall success of your IT system.
Nikuv utilizes an advanced Relational […]

By |May 31st, 2015|Data security|0 Comments

The Legality of Biometric Systems

The use of biometric data has gained importance in recent years. The use of both images and templates have been the subject of intense debate by ordinary folks and legal professionals alike. The European Union’s Data Protection Directive (DPD), which covers all forms of raw data, considers biometric data in its raw form to be […]

By |May 17th, 2015|Biometric Systems|0 Comments

Borders: What are they? How do you define them? How do you secure them?

What is a border?
National Geographic describes a border as: “a real or artificial line that separates geographic areas. Borders are political boundaries. They separate countries…”. A border establishes the area within which a government has jurisdiction. Only within its own borders can a government enforce its laws and execute judgement.

How are borders defined?
Borders are subject […]

By |May 11th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Biometric Systems and Fingerprinting

Every single one of us – all over the world – has a unique set of fingerprints. No two people have the same fingerprints, just like no two people have identical DNA. It is amazing that even
identicaltwins have distinct sets of fingerprints – even if all their other physiological features are near identical. This makes the […]

By |March 10th, 2015|Biometric Fingerprint, Biometric Systems, Data security|0 Comments

Introducing the Smart e-Identity Card

What Is a Smart e-Identity Card?
A smart e-identity card (or e-ID card) is a small, pocket-sized plastic card that stores and processes personal information about an individual. It uses highly sophisticated technology, such as built-in microcomputer chips, to verify a person’s identity and secure their personal information. Although smart e-ID cards use computer technology, they […]

By |January 26th, 2015|e-ID cards, Population registry, Uncategorized|4 Comments