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ImageWare releases new versions of GoVerifyID product line

 

ImageWare recently announced the availability of major enhancements to its GoVerifyID mobile app, GoMobile Interactive cloud platform, and GoVerifyID Enterprise Suite products.

The mobile and cloud-based identity management solutions developer has extended the authentication methods that are available in the GoVerifyID mobile app and GoMobile Interactive cloud service to include palm image recognition using the latest FUJITSU matching algorithm as an authentication option along with face, voice, and fingerprint recognition. ImageWare also now offers an optional 6-digit secret PIN as an alternate, non-biometric authentication method.

ImageWare has also introduced a new credential provider for GoVerifyID Enterprise Suite for Windows and GoVerifyID for IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM) to provide turnkey integration similar to the end-to-end GoVerifyID solutions for CA, SAP, and Aruba systems.

“By increasing the number of options for biometric and non-biometric authentication methods, ImageWare gives users and organizations the ultimate in choice, flexibility, user assurance, and security,” said Jim Miller, chairman and CEO of ImageWare.

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