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BIO-key executive to discuss server-based biometrics at connect:ID

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BIO-key announced that in addititon to exhibiting at connect:ID this week in Washington, DC, SVP Jim Sullivan will speak during a Knowledge Exchange session.

Sullivan, BIO-key SVP Strategy & Business Development, will be a featured speaker during a Knowledge Exchange series discussing the topic: ‘Server-based biometrics – Were we too quick to demonize?’ which will explore the conflict enterprises face when considering the deployment of server-based biometrics.

The panel will discuss the realities of the nomadic nature of many enterprise workforces in retail operations, call centers, healthcare, etc. that create authentication challenges more appropriately addressed by server-based biometrics. The panel takes place Wednesday, May 2nd at 9:35 am.

BIO-key will showcase a full range of authentication software solutions including Vector Segment Technology, WEB-key 4.0, and ID Director. The company will also feature its line of compact fingerprint readers and TouchLock biometric and bluetooth enabled locks.

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