ImageWare to demo mobile biometric authentication solution at AirWatch Connect 2015

September 18, 2015 - 

ImageWare Systems announced it is demonstrating GoVerifyID, its patented mobile biometric user authentication solution, at AirWatch Connect 2015 on September 22-23 in Atlanta.

GoVerifyID authenticates an individual’s identity using his or her voice, face, or other inimitable biometric details.

AirWatch by VMware Enterprise Mobility Management Suite is a scalable enterprise mobility management platform that integrates with existing enterprise systems and allows users to manage all their devices from a single console.

When used together, the combined solution provides a high level of protection for securing access to mobile devices, apps and data, as well as VPN connections.

Additionally, the solutions enable security and privacy while working with BYOD and corporate-provided equipment.

“We believe that biometrics should be situational — that is, people pick their preferred biometric modality in different situations. Our GoVerifyID solution replaces the password with the biometrics of your choice, enables authentication via a mobile device, and provides the ultimate security and a much-simplified user experience,” says Jim Miller, chairman and CEO of ImageWare. “We are thrilled to have this opportunity to showcase our product at AirWatch Connect. We look forward to bringing GoVerifyID to AirWatch’s EMM customers around the world.”

AirWatch Connect is an enterprise mobility conference and exhibit that connects attendees to the people, tools, and technologies to drive innovation across their enterprise.

Previously reported, ImageWare Systems reported the financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2015, as well as updating the company’s progress since its last quarterly update on May 11, 2015.

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