StoneLock rebrands, unveils government expansion plans

StoneLock rebrands, unveils government expansion plans

Biometric access control solution provider StoneLock, formerly Stone Lock Global, has unveiled its new corporate brand which reflects StoneLock’s continued commitment to security assurance, optimal user experience and protecting the sanctity of user identity.

The Kansas-based company designs and manufactures secure facial-recognition access control solutions using proprietary near-infrared biometric technology that verifies user identity without the use of images and never collects personally identifiable information.

“2016 was a watershed year for StoneLock,” said Colleen Dunlap, CEO and co-founder of StoneLock. “We could not be more proud of this collaborative success, shared across our entire team that brings unique knowledge and capabilities in the areas of biometrics and identity management. This new brand reflects not only the team’s success, but also our continued commitment to creating the most secure and reliable access control solutions.”

Last year the company established StoneLock Gov and a presence in Washington, DC to better address biometric technology requirements for local, state and federal governments. StoneLock also hired Carter Stewart as VP of government affairs, responsible for managing government and regulatory affairs worldwide.

“As we begin 2017 with a fresh look and an incredible groundswell of momentum, it’s very exciting to see StoneLock gaining acceptance across almost every vertical market served by the security industry,” said David D. Dunlap, senior vice president of corporate planning and co-founder of StoneLock. “Security systems need accuracy and reliability, and users want convenience and their identities protected. StoneLock is ideally positioned as a best-in-class access control biometric, providing trusted and reliable identity management solutions for both commercial and government clients.”

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