BioSec launches biometric workforce management solution

Hungarian biometrics solutions firm BioSec Group has launched a palm vein recognition-based workforce management solution. BS Talent+ is suitable for any organization but according to the company, the product is ideal for agencies with a large and often changing workforce – such as security guards, servers and talent agencies – to manage job applications, administration, time records and accounting, blacklisting and authentication for security reasons. With BS Talent+, employees are biometrically enrolled in the agency’s database, ensuring reliable and convenient

BioSec authentication solution integrates with Honeywell WIN-PAK security platform

BioSec Group Ltd. has integrated its biometric palm vein authentication solution with Honeywell’s WIN-PAK access control system. According to a company statement, BioSec’s authentication solution, the BS LifePass, was specially developed to integrate the security of the palm vein recognition technology into any system, since it works as a middleware. The BS LifePass can be either used for replacing or completing passwords, cards or other external identifiers, according to the client’s expectations. “Bringing biometric authentication to the WIN-PAK system enables

BioSec, Fujitsu team up to provide palm vein recognition to EMEIA

Fujitsu has partnered with biometrics firm BioSec Group Ltd. in an effort to deliver the new generation of biometric palm vein recognition technology to the EMEIA region. Under the agreement, Fujitsu’s product portfolio will now include BioSec’s palm vein recognition security solutions including physical access control, IT security, and stadium security solutions. Fujitsu will sell BioSec solutions in the EMEIA region, where there is a significant interest for advanced security technology such as biometrics. “The future’s security is in our

BioSec intros biometric palm vein login with Active Directory interface

BioSec Group Ltd. has introduced BS Login, a biometric palm vein recognition login solution that protects PCs from unauthorized access and eliminates password related security risks and inconveniences. By using the BioSec system, there are no more unsecure, forgotten or stolen passwords, the user only needs his/her hand for secure computer login. The system’s Active Directory interface is ideal for the corporate environment, where access-, right- and domain management is conducted on one surface. “BS Login brings IT security to

BioSec palm vein authentication system prevents violence at Hungarian stadium

The BioSec Group installation of a biometric palm vein authentication system at Hungarian Groupama Arena has put an end to the football spectator violence that would occasionally occur at the 23,500 seated soccer stadium. StadiumGuard is a palm vein scanner that grants access to thousands of ticket holders into the stadium, while keeping unsavory types outside. The technology works by fans waving their hand above the sensor at one of the stadium’s 36 gates. If the person is not blacklisted,

Hungarian soccer fans protest biometric scans required upon entering stadium

Fans of Hungarian soccer team Ferencvaros (or “Fradi”) came en masse to their home stadium in Budapest to protest a new biometric ID system used for entry to home matches, and chanted “Down with the scanner,” according a Reuters report. Biometric ID systems have become somewhat commonplace in soccer, and in other sports as well. The Dutch club ADO Den Haag has a facial recognition system at its entrance that takes around five seconds per impression. At the Fradi stadium,