RFID access cards and badges are popular in a wide variety of workplaces. Private employers, universities, and government agencies issue RFID badges to their employees...Read More
Safe Harbor is Identity Stronghold's luxury brand of RFID wallets. We designed Safe Harbor in response to customer requests to offer a fine line of leather wallets while still providing the best RFID protection that we are known for.
We hope you will take an opportunity to shop through our Safe Harbor product section as it grows. We give a lot of weight to our customer’s opinions so please always feel free to give us input on how we’re doing.
Biometrics and RFID technology aren’t going away, and the United States government is no longer issuing traditional passports (those without chips).Read More
With the increasing threat of RFID skimming and the rising possibilities of card clash, protection for your RFID cards is certainly a good idea.Read More
With plans to issue another 3 million cards in 2020, it’s clear that credit unions see tap-and-go as the future of credit and debit card...Read More
The holiday season is a busy time of year. People tend to cram a lot of activities in a short time. There’s shopping to do,...Read More
You’ve probably noticed that you usually don’t have to enter your PIN number or provide a signature when making a charge on your credit or...Read More
ID STRONGHOLD - THE RFID BRAND YOU CAN TRUST - SINCE 2005
ID Stronghold created the RFID protection industry in 2005 when we developed the first RFID blocking card sleeve. From there we created rfid blocking badge holders, rfid blocking wallets, and more. Our mission is to ensure personal information stays personal. The growth of contactless ID cards, passports, and credit cards and the proliferation of RFID in virtually every industry has created a vast number of exciting new products, services, and convenience. Along with the new range of opportunities has come an increased threat to sensitive personal information contained by contactless ID or credit cards - the potential for contactless cards to be read without the owners knowledge or permission.
In an effort to spread the message about the risks of RFID, our owner, Walt Augustinowicz, was invited to nearly 100 TV news stations and he made trips to them all, even the smallest towns, to help educate consumers. See our news interviews page to watch a few.