A new type of card that will protect your identity is on the cards way of the big banks.

National Security Agency (NSA) employees will be the first to get their security cards, the NSA said in a statement on Thursday.

The cards, which will include an RFID chip, will be made available at the end of the year, the agency said.

They will be available at all branches of American Express and Visa.

“The new card will give consumers more choice in how to protect their personal information,” said the NSA, adding that “the card is secured by a combination of a national security card and a cardholder identity document.”

The cards will cost $15.25 for a basic security card, $25 for the upgraded card and $50 for the security edition.