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Nymi biometric authentication to enhance ThinManager factory security and compliance

Nymi biometric authentication to enhance ThinManager factory security and compliance
 

Toronto-based biometric security company Nymi has announced a strategic partnership with Rockwell Automation’s ThinManager to ensure safety and security in factories through continuous user authentication for their customers.

Rockwell Automation provides a platform for modern factories to manage applications and visual resources while providing enterprise authentication for data integrity and security, according to the announcement, enhancing compliance and productivity in highly regulated industries. ThinManager offers features to help factories lower energy costs, implement sustainable technology, and enhance security.

“We see our product working side by side with Rockwell ThinManager to help companies be innovative and efficient in their day to day operations,” said Andrew Foxcroft, Vice President of Nymi. “The enterprise-class, secure industrial wearable Nymi, combined with ThinManager’s knowledge of the modern factory, provides a solution to address pain points in Pharma and highly regulated manufacturing processes.”

Nymi’s wearable band delivers continuous, on-body authentication. Last month, the company announced a partnership with Systec & Solutions to develop a solution for secure e-signature and login authentication to protect healthcare organizations from cybersecurity threats.

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