Tharon Rankins Enterprises launches biometric transaction processing system

March 9, 2015 - 

Data protection firm Tharon Rankins Enterprises has launched Beconux, its flagship biometric transaction processing system that provides a secure way for businesses to protect their customers’ personal data, as well as their financial transactions.

The Beconux system works similar to an ATM machine in that it combines many biometric features with an encryption algorithm to deliver a secure way for companies to protect their financial transactions and personal information.

Using biometric identification, the system offers increased security when it comes to sensitive data and transactions. Additionally, the system offers 448 bit encryption and the convenience of portability.

When the individual approaches the system, which is equipped with a motion sensor, Beconux verifies the individual via a biometric identification method, including facial recognition, handprint or fingerprint recognition, and iris scanning.

Once the individual is verified, the system processes the customer’s request, approves the transaction, and finally dispenses cash.

“Our priority is to provide products that span across multiple industries for the purpose of securing personal data. We want to design, develop, and test products that are tailored to meet the specific needs of our target industries,” said company CEO Tharon Rankins.

The company said it hopes to educate individuals and businesses about the importance of securing their personal data and the consequences of data being compromised by criminals.

Tharon Rankins Enterprises is now accepting pre-orders for the new Beconux system.

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