BIO-key hosting webinar on implementing biometric security for Windows Hello for Business
Microsoft partner BIO-key is hosting a webinar this week titled “Windows Hello for Business – Optimizing Biometric Sign-in Capabilities“. The webinar will focus on best practices for implementing fingerprint security for Windows Hello for Business and starts at 2:00 PM EST on Wednesday, December 5.
The host will be Jim Sullivan, SVP Strategy and Business Development at BIO-key. Sullivan holds a Computer Science degree from Brown University and is a recognized expert in biometric authentication for consumer and mobile application. He has more than 20 years experience in IT projects and implementation and has worked directly with dozens of BIO-key’s customers, including AT&T, NCR, and World Bank, on biometric-centered identity management projects that interface daily with millions of corporate and consumer users.
BIO-key reports that it is fielding inquiries across all industries – led by healthcare, financial services and manufacturing – from organizations turning to biometric authentication to addresses needs for strong security, securing shared workstations, audit trail reporting and optimizing workflow.
The fingerprint authentication and security solutions developer notes that for most, the transition starts with its finger scanners that have been tested and qualified by Microsoft to support the Windows Hello for Business biometric sign-in platform.
BIO-key was Microsoft’s Windows 10 for Business launch partner back in 2016. More recently the company participated as a sponsor and exhibitor at Microsoft Ignite 2018 and showcased its line of Windows Hello-qualified USB fingerprint scanners for Windows Hello and Windows Hello for Business, along with its ID Director for Windows and Microsoft Azure authentication solutions.