2016 Media Kit available now
Regarding ID Magazine (Re:ID)
Regarding ID is a 68-plus page, glossy full-color magazine that follows AVISIAN Publishing's tradition – blending exceptional style and top quality content. Each quarterly issue provides an unrivaled look at identity around the globe. With more than 30 articles per issue, Regarding ID has demonstrated a very high take-rate and extremely long shelf-life.
In our security conscious world, governments and corporations spend billions of dollars annually to protect individuals, assets and data. SecureIDNews is the clearinghouse for info and news on the wide array of ID and authentication technologies. Our coverage of world-changing programs such as electronic passports, travel credentials, military IDs, national ID cards and driver licenses attract government decision makers from around the globe. Our focus on the merging of physical and logical security has built a loyal following from corporations both large and small.
FIPS201.com is the single source for product information on PIV card programs, HSPD-12, and the FIPS 201 standard. Only products that have completed the rigorous government testing procedures are featured so you can trust that what you learn here will work with your credentialing program.
CR80News Print Edition
CR80News Print Edition explores the utilization of ID technologies on college and university, K-12, and corporate campuses as well as other closed system environments. CR80News is distributed to more than 5,000 subscribers, members of the National Association of Campus Card Users and attendees of the market’s key industry events. CR80News is produced quarterly.
CR80News is the single source for up-to-the-minute news and insightful reporting on the technologies, products and players in the campus ID card market. We cover both the well-established and the cutting-edge use of magnetic stripe, barcode, proximity, smart card and biometric technologies in closed system ID projects. Though higher education is the core target of the publication, K-12 (primary and secondary education) campuses and corporate campuses are heavily represented in both the content and audience.