Monthly Archives: October 2019


Valid makes advances in solutions for the education sector

With solutions focused on transforming processes, integrating and harmonizing technologies for the education market, Valid has been expanding its portfolio in its “Valid Education” line, with tools that match the pace of the evolution of education systems, both through physical and digital solutions. Some of these solutions will be presented by the Brazilian multinational at the biggest events in Read more

Digital Onboarding
e-Diploma solutions
solutions for the education

Valid presents solutions for tracking water sources

The company will be demonstrating the tracking seals at ABINAM 2019, Brazil’s largest event for the mineral water industry As an expert in security and tracking, Valid, the Brazilian multinational, will be attending the 28th Brazilian Natural Mineral Water Industry Conference and Expo - ABINAM 2019, which will be held this year in Bento Gonçalves, Rio Grande do Sul, Read more

tracking water

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Valid presents Smart Cities solutions at Digital Cities Forum

With the aim of showcasing new solutions that can contribute to improvements in quality of life in cities, Valid, the Brazilian multinational, will be taking part in the second Digital Cities Forum for the Metropolitan Region of Campinas (São Paulo State). This event, to be held on October 3, is organized by the Digital City Network - an initiative Read more

Smart Cities

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Establishing a Culture of Security in an Organization

Published in Silicon Republic on October 18, 2019 See published article here. __ Martin Kurpiel is the senior vice-president of Valid, a global technology provider that offers a robust portfolio of payment, mobile, data and identity solutions. Here, he discusses the importance of engendering a culture of security in an organisation in order to successfully safeguard data. Tell me Read more

Data Protection
data security
organizational security

Why Bans on Facial Recognition Could Stifle Tech Innovation

By: Kevin Freiburger, Director of Identity Programs at Valid The idea of facial recognition applications in the public sector was once a seemingly impossible task. Early facial analysis software algorithms didn’t produce accurate or reliable results, systems were disproportionately inaccurate across certain genders and races, and the infrastructure required to power the system required a significant IT effort to Read more

facial recognition

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