Schneier on Real ID Implementation in 2011

Posted: February 1, 2011 in cyber security, identity, Real ID, technology

“This might be the first government IT project ever that came in under initial cost estimates. Perhaps the reason is that the states did not want to implement REAL-ID in 2005, so they overstated the costs.


As to fraud reduction — I’m not so sure. As the difficulty of getting a fraudulent ID increases, so does its value. I think we’ll have to wait a while longer and see how criminals adapt.”   Bruce Schneier, Security technology expert 

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