ImageWare GoVerifyID suite receives IBM Security validation

ImageWare Systems, Inc. has received IBM PartnerWorld’s ‘Ready for IBM Security Intelligence’ designation for its GoVerifyID Enterprise Suite, allowing the company to integrate the suite with IBM Security products to help better protect its customers around the world.

ImageWare’s GoVerifyID provides multi-modal biometric user authentication using mobile devices and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).

GoVerifyID, coupled with IBM’s flagship access management platform, IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM), allows users to use fingerprint, face, or voice recognition on their mobile device to authenticate for any ISAM managed resource.

The end-to-end, enterprise-ready, security solution can be seamlessly integrated into existing ISAM authentication processes to provide a secure and user-friendly experience, while allowing users to adopt new biometric modalities as they become available.

“Flexible mobile biometric authentication, combined with secure web application access provides the ultimate in security and friendly user experience,” said IWS chairman and CEO Jim Miller. “ISAM users can now enjoy seamless integration and instantly access all of their apps by simply taking a selfie, using a fingerprint or speaking a passphrase.

“And, of course, as with all IWS mobile authentication products, users can always avail themselves of the latest advancements in biometric technology if they choose to do so as our GoVerifyID products are supported by our patented IWS Biometric Engine that allows for unparalleled flexibility, scale, and security.”

The Ready for IBM Security Intelligence partnership is designed to promote technology collaboration and integration to expand and improve security coverage, collapse silos of information, and boost situational awareness and insights.

Through the PartnerWorld program and Ready for Security Intelligence validation, IBM supports collaboration with its business partners to enable the integration of product capabilities and improved security capabilities for mutual customers.

Last month, ImageWare Systems, Inc. completed an $11 million registered direct offering to certain accredited investors after selling an aggregate of 11,000 shares of new Series A Preferred Stock at $1,000 per share.

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