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Identify Security Software demonstrates biometric authentication platform


Identify Security Software announced it has released a new security authentication platform iDentifyME, which perpetually observes, records and updates the person’s appearance and unique biometric characteristics to verify his or her identity.

Identify Security Software said that the iDentifyME platform provides a more accurate and secure identity authentication process than the current biometric practices of comparing photos of a person’s face, iris pattern or fingerprint.

“In order to remove the burden of self identification from the client, the authentication process needs to be autonomous,” said Asad Syed, CTO and security architect at Identify. “Our new digital-analog hybrid technology (patents pending) represents a giant leap from password, multifactor, fingerprint, face and/or Iris pattern recognition toward real living person recognition. It recognizes and stays with the client while in ‘sight’ of the sensors.”

“The intellect of iDentifyME rests in our proprietary logical inference processing which analyzes and compares real and statistical data from digital pattern recognition and analog life sciences. It has the ‘smarts’ separating the probable from the improbable by comparing scientific research history and practical reality.”

As a relatively new security software enterprise, Identify Security Software’s security platform architecture is targeted at the identity access management segment of the security market.

iDentifyME’s design incorporates various biometric technologies and expertise from Identify’s vendors and collaborators.

Identify has posted a new video that demonstrates the benefits of iDentifyME.

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