Acknowledged globally as an “Authentication as a Service” provider with a solution combining a biometric card with fingerprint verification with a full backend solution, CardLab Innovation has marked its mettle as the strongest cybersecurity solution in the market.
Dedicated to enabling card manufacturers, card issuers, and their customers to take optimal advantage of technological developments, CardLab has its own standard product and is also a one-stop shop for developing biometric card solutions for customers and taking care of the production with the electronic contractors and final card lamination, embedding, and personalization at their own factory in Thailand.
CardLab Innovation is proud of its significant contributions to the cybersecurity sector. They have constantly raised the bar, covering verticals like logical and physical access control, single sign-on, identity solutions like passports, government, health solutions, blockchain authentication, self-custodian crypto wallets, payments, etc.
As Frank Sandeloev, CEO of CardLab, revealed, “One of the founders had his credit card information stolen, which caused the decision to make payments initially biometrically safeguarded. This has eventually developed into a complete biometric authentication solution applicable for all business areas, and this is how CardLab came into existence.”
Difficulties in Navigating and Changing Industry Norms
As AI develops and identity spoofing becomes easier and easier in real-time, secure user authentication will become a major concern. Malware, ransomware, and other forms of cybercrime have all been major issues with double-digit growth rates up to this point, and AI will only make matters worse. Nothing totally digital can be secured against hacking, viruses, and ransomware assaults, which are the main problems of today.
The primary concern now and in the future is that consumers frequently need better comprehension of the magnitude of the cybersecurity threat instead of concentrating on unsafe, totally digital authentication solutions.
Further, the visionary leaders asserted, “I do think that one of our greatest difficulties right now is that development goes so quickly that no one truly knows what they are implementing out of fear of falling behind on digitization. This led to the current era, which is characterized by arguably the highest danger of data and identity loss ever. With its hardware and software biometric authentication solution, CardLab is addressing this issue.”
Nurturing a Skilled and Diverse Team
A strong team is essential to creating a successful business, and Frank’s strategy emphasizes the importance of the individual as a person and teamplayer. Additionally, there is a program that offers incentives for creative problem-solving and “out of the box” thinking. Equal qualifications necessitate equal remuneration, and CardLab adheres to this principle.
Synchronizing with the Latest Tech Advancements
CardLab continuously strives to move the solutions to a better place with greater performance by utilizing the most recent components and technology to maintain an open eye on all platforms and competing solutions on the market. In addition, they have several strategic partnerships with some of the key players in this domain.
CardLab’s Insight on Diversity and Inclusion
All genders, races, nationalities, religions, and sexual orientations, as well as potential physical disabilities, are welcome to work at CardLab as long as they don’t negatively affect the quality of the work. The team’s priority is to hire the most competent candidate for the position, and we already value diversity in the form of various sexes, ethnicities, and physical impairments.
Envisioning the Future
On a personal level, Frank aims to have CardLab listed within the next 5 years. Further, CardLab aims to educate the market to understand the real threats of digitalization; teach companies and government bodies good digital habits, and employ a combined hardware and software authentication solution to fight cybercrime, safeguard data, and ensure a continuous unbreakable connection between physical and digital identities.
The Man of the Hour
The driving force behind this revolutionary endeavor is none other than Frank Sandeloev himself. A 25-year veteran airline pilot and captain who has served as a qualified army officer and military pilot for 11 years. During this time, he has also represented SAS in the “Single European Sky” workgroup, which is tasked with developing concepts for operations, passenger identification, and throughput. Frank Sandeloev’s journey to entrepreneurship has been one of perseverance and hard work following his successful career in defense. He has been the CEO of CardLab for the past ten years and has helped the company transition from a technology development company to a production and sales company with some of the most powerful solutions to combat cybercrime. During this time, he has also represented CardLab as an IATA strategic partner and a biometric expert, assisting in the fight against cybercrime.