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DERMALOG to demo face, finger and iris-based biometrics solutions at CEBIT 2018

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DERMALOG to demo face, finger and iris-based biometrics solutions at CEBIT 2018
 

DERMALOG will be showcasing how biometrics can be a straightforward and secure alternative to the password this week at CEBIT 2018.

According to the announcement, the German biometrics company will show how different biometric characteristics can be used, alone or in combination, to eliminate the need for password entry entirely. The cross-platform solution enables the use of biometrics with all common operating systems and can be easily integrated into application software as a password replacement.

“For simple security, the face is sufficient, for more comprehensive security, we also use the finger,” explains DERMALOG managing director Gunther Mull. “Our latest ‘live detection’ prevents identity theft and makes biometrics significantly more secure than passwords.”

The company will also offer live demonstrations of additional biometrics solutions for face, fingers and iris.

Just last month Dermalog announced its facial recognition system now matches one billion faces per second. Independent testing, auditing and certification firm SGS-TÜV Saar certified the system’s speed.

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