Datenschutz und Datensicherheit - DuD

, Volume 35, Issue 1, pp 16–21 | Cite as

Maschinenlesbare Reisedokumente

  • Walter Fumy
Schwerpunkt Standardisierung
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Zusammenfassung

Die International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) spielt eine zentrale Rolle bei der Entwicklung von Spezifikationen für Reisepässe und andere Reisedokumente. ICAO-Standards für Dokumentenformate und -inhalte erleichtern internationales Reisen und verbessern die nationale Sicherheit, indem sie die Grenzkontrollbehörden in die Lage versetzen, die Gültigkeit von Reisedokumenten schneller und vor allem zuverlässiger zu prüfen. Die Spezifikationen der Sicherheitsmerkmale für von den EU-Mitgliedstaaten ausgestellte Reisepässe und Reisedokumente bauen auf diesen ICAO-Standards auf.

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