BioSSL integrates CardLab fingerprint card interface into their online platform
BioSSL announced it has partnered with the Danish smart card firm CardLab, in which it will integrate CardLabs’ new dual interface biometric bank card with fingerprint sensor into the BioSSL secure platform to create a complete and fully secure financial platform.
BioSSL say they are the first company to offer HTTPS fingerprint security without storing the image or scan locally, providing a unique defense against system hacking.
Combining a CardLab card with BioSSL verification provides customers with both online and offline security of their assets and full privacy protection.
“This card is the perfect match for BioSSL,” said Johann Caubergh, managing director of BioSSL Ltd. “The omni channel concept of BioSSL becomes complete. Magnetic stripe, contact or contactless, the innovative CardLab biometric enabled card is the solution to secure online transactions and can be used as an offline security for shopping. On top of this, CardLab is known for securing contactless cards from hacking, and enable tokenization on a Dynamic Magstripe.”
CardLab enables card manufacturers, card issuers and their customers to benefit from technological developments in miniaturized low power electronics for on-board integration in ISO 7810 cards.
In the past two years, CardLab developed a power efficient fingerprint recognition algorithm for the card that is offered in a range of forms, including dynamic magstripe, contactless chip, EMV and display.
Previously reported, BioSSL Limited partnered with accounting software Finebooks to offer secure fingerprint login security as an optional feature to the Finebooks package.