Fujitsu America, Inc. has signed an agreement with ImageWare Systems as its biometrics-as-a-service partner, which reinforces and expands Fujitsu’s line of cybersecurity products and services. The company’s current portfolio includes the Fujitsu PalmSecure family, the SAMURAI Platform, the RoboSOC (SOC in a Box) solution, consulting services, systems integration services, Security Operations Centers (SOC) and other managed security services — all of which are available across North, South and Central America. “After forming a technology partnership several years ago, ImageWare and
DMI and NEC Corporation of America have announced a strategic partnership to couple NEC’s biometric and advanced recognition technology with DMI’s mobile technologies and platforms to address public safety, national security and federal civilian technology priorities within the U.S. government. According to a company statement, combining NEC core identity management technologies with DMI’s mobile platforms will provide the government: real-time, secure, mobile access to fingerprint, iris and facial recognition technologies for first responders, law enforcement and military teams who are
In an effort to bring new levels of security and convenience to consumers, Fingerprint Cards biometric technology will be integrated with the Kona I Co. Ltd. (Kona) range of electronic smartcards. Kona has launched 4 new biometric smartcard versions using Fingerprint Cards technology, integrating long-life batteries and patented energy harvesting solutions with display and LED indicators. Together with battery powered internet banking solutions such as, One Time Password (OTP) and Dynamic Card Verification Value (dCVV) smartcards, Kona’s Electronic card solutions
Iris Corporation is partnering with Zwipe to look into the potential for biometric smartcard applications and ways the two companies can work together to promote the technology in Malaysia, according to a report in The Edge Markets. “Iris has been in trusted ID for over 20 years and our facilities are all geared towards trusted ID,” explained Iris Corporation co-founder and technical adviser Chas Yap. “Zwipe, on the other hand, is pure payments and they’re an IP company as well.
Assured Enterprises, Inc. and Qafis Biometrics Technology have partnered to offer a full range of digital security products and services, including biometric identification solutions. Under the agreement, Assured Enterprises is now offering Qafis’ digital identity authentication, a comprehensive suite of biometric products and proactive cybersecurity services and products. The newly combined technologies strengthen Qafis’ biometric technologies with Assured’s code scanning and organizational assessment, providing the public and private sector organizations with an end-to-end, face-to-code enforcement of physical and cybersecurity practices.
BioConnect and Genetec announced they are developing a joint enhanced biometric access control solution designed to address the varying needs of the banking and finance industry. The companies have previously worked together to secure physical access with biometric access control hardware and Genetec Security Center, a unified, open-architecture security platform that combines access control, video surveillance, IP communications and automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) to offer customers an intelligent identity platform integration. In a company release, BioConnect and Genetec expressed
Sensory Inc. has partnered with innerCore to help more banks, enterprises and financial institutions around the world to enhance the security of data sensitive mobile apps. As part of its line of end-to-end secure user authentication platforms, innerCore is now enabling customers to integrate Sensory’s TrulySecure face and voice biometric authentication into their apps to facilitate a more secure and convenient experience. “TrulySecure is a perfect example of how an elegant fusion of face and voice biometric recognition can be
STC Group has partnered with Falcon, a Egyptian security service and equipment provider, to increase security in Egypt. Falcon and STC are planning new joint solutions for places of mass gathering, such as airports, stadiums, cultural facilities, tourism and entertainment venues, hotels and convention centers, with products like access control or border monitoring systems being created primarily for the MEA region. In a release, STC explained that it has already started developing products with Egyptian Arabic dialect support so teaming
EyeLock LLC is the newest certified partner of the AMAG Technology Symmetry Preferred Partner Program and has integrated its iris biometrics technology with AMAG’s latest Symmetry Access Control software. AMAG Technology and EyeLock cooperatively tested and certified this integration. “We welcome EyeLock as a certified partner and look forward to a long relationship where we can provide state-of-the-art iris-biometrics technology to our customers demanding a more secure environment,” said AMAG Technology, Vice President of Product Marketing, Dave Ella. “We are
Biometrics technology company Zwipe has announced an agreement to form a joint venture with Kuang-Chi Group to create a commercial platform in China for Zwipe’s biometric authentication technology. Zwipe develops fingerprint technology that operates without batteries. “This joint venture confirms our strong position in the rapidly evolving biometric sector,” said Kim Kristian Humborstad, CEO and founder of Zwipe. “Establishing this joint venture extends the strong cooperation with Kuang-Chi and amplifies our go-to-market strategy for our product portfolio towards the Chinese