March 25, 2014 -
NEC has announced that it will showcase its latest range of physical and cybersecurity solutions for a wide range of enterprise and government applications at the International Security and National Resilience 2014 (ISNR) in Abu Dhabi, set to take place 1-3 April, 2014.
“NEC is an end-to-end provider of advanced security systems on a global basis,” Noboru Takahashi said. “We offer a combination of market leading biometric technologies, specialist expertise in large-scale cloud computing, big data and IT system integration projects in addition to advanced cybersecurity monitoring and audit capabilities. This puts us in a unique position to help private and public organisations create a safer society.”
According to the company, exhibits will include NEC’s biometric solutions, including a contactless hybrid finger scanner that simultaneously assesses a citizen’s fingerprint and finger vein to provide a high level of recognition accuracy. NEC says its technology is being used in 40 different countries in a range of applications including border control, national voter registration, National ID and criminal investigation systems.
Also during the show, NEC will demonstrate its NeoFace Watch facial recognition system – a security system that matches security camera images in real-time against a watch list database.
Reported previously, NEC’s NeoFace facial recognition software recently earned it a Frost & Sullivan award for customer value leadership.
NEC will also highlight its cybersecurity and counterintelligence services, which includes the introduction of “Cyber Range”, a comprehensive platform for training, testing and validating large-scale IT and network security systems.