Identify Security Software launches

June 6, 2013 - 

Identify Security Software has officially announced its launch as a company.

According to the company, its proprietary solution — identifyME – brings together facial recognition, thermal sensing, proximity and GPS technologies to verify the identity of its users continuously.

“Identify Security Software is a new company with a new and better way for businesses and institutions to manage and control access to their information systems,” Andre Limarenko, Identify’s president and COO said.  “Password-based systems and those that make use of digital keys or tokens are all too easy to breach.  Our proactive solution will make the computer technology prowess of hackers irrelevant and bring security to cyberspace once and for all.”

“While all other solutions operate defensively, in that they react to apparent or anticipated threats, Identify’s approach prevents hacking by allowing access and activity only by a real, living, breathing human being.  Our solution will be transparent to users but impenetrable to hackers so that individuals and companies can conduct their work and manage their operations with the utmost confidence and security,” Limarenko said.

The company says the identifyME solutions is designed to complement existing security systems and is easily integrated with in-place software.

“identifyME will be the first dynamic access control system that recognizes the actual authorized user as a real person, then keeps its ‘eye’ on the user to re-verify its presence intelligently and rapidly throughout the user’s work session,” Limarenko said, adding that identifyME will offer unique logical inference processing that analyzes practical reality, separating the probable from the improbable.

 

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