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Aerogami Launches DigiVaxDoc and Enters the Digital Vaccine Card space
With this solution, Aerogami is hopeful that vaccinated adults who prioritize their privacy will have an option for carrying a digital version of their CDC-issued COVID-19 vaccine card.
FREMONT, CA: Aerogami announced the launch of DigiVaxDoc, a mobile technology that allows users to save a digital record of their COVID-19 vaccination card on their phones. The technology prioritizes ease-of-use, user security, and data privacy with a process that ensures users own their data.
Users in partnering states can create their own digital vaccine copy with DigiVaxDoc by going to their state's dedicated DigiDoc site to verify their COVID-19 vaccination record and upload a copy of their CDC-issued vaccine card. Once complete, users save a secure digital copy of their vaccination record directly on their phones without using an app. The digital copy is accessible from the smartphone's home screen and can be unlocked by users at any time. Best yet, it is unhackable; Aerogami deletes all records of the copy from their servers, making the information impossible to access for anyone but the user.
Aerogami is introducing DigiVaxDoc during a marked time of public distrust in technology companies. "Aerogami has always prioritized security and simplicity with our solutions and we're excited to bring these principles to our DigiVaxDoc product," says Bradley Adams, Managing Director at Aerogami. "Once a digital copy of a vaccine record is made with DigiVaxDoc and verified with state records, the user's vaccination records are wiped from our database. Neither Aerogami nor any hackers can access that information on our servers. Aerogami holds a record of a unique key created during the digital copying process that only our server and the user's device will recognize to ensure no unauthorized user is able to access the copy on the user's phone."
DigiVaxDoc is designed this way for two reasons: to maximize user privacy with their data and to ensure minimal cyber risk for state agencies. "When we determined the flow for DigiVaxDoc, it was critical that we didn't create a future problem that could put millions of vaccinated adults records in a compromising position. Although there are many great strategies for protecting user data, what works today doesn't always work tomorrow. Even blockchain, which was at once considered unhackable, has been found to be less secure than initially thought," says Adams.