Invixium access control biometrics to reach Turkish market, SecureAuth expands across ANZ
Invixium has entered a distribution partnership with Turkish biometric access control and management supplier Ergosis, which will distribute Invixium’s touchless biometric technology in Turkey, the company announced.
Its flagship product Ixm Titan can be acquired or enhanced with a thermographic camera that performs both facial recognition and temperature measurement at the same time. Ixm Web comes with the Ixm Health feature for employee and visitor pre-screening. The touchless Ixm Touch 2 can be added to existing devices for facial recognition that can process up to 5,000 faces in under one second, according to the announcement.
“Turkey is a well-established market for biometrics. Business leaders demand the best of the best, and Invixium is just that,” said Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and President at Invixium, in a prepared statement. “Invixium is excited to partner with Ergosis, who has a long and decorated history in a variety of market verticals in Turkey. With this relationship, Invixium products can be offered to organizations in Turkey who require a perfect blend of beautiful design, durable engineering, and high-end technology.”
“Ergosis is a proud supplier of biometric solutions in Turkey, as we have been for 20 years, and our business is built on being the first to bring the latest technology to our market,” said Ahmet Kerestecioğlu, General Manager at Ergosis, in a prepared statement. “Invixium’s products allow us to continue that legacy by introducing solutions that are rugged, of high-quality, and have advanced features like temperature detection, high-resolution 21-megapixel cameras, Corning Gorilla Glass, and more.”
SecureAuth partners with Arrow Electronics to expand across Australia, New Zealand
The U.S. company has appointed Michael Warnock as Head of Growth, who will be taking the business development lead to grow the business in Asia Pacific and Australia. Warnock has 20 years of IT experience, previously serving as Australia Country Manager for Aura Information Security.
“Organizations continue to face security challenges such as phishing, ransomware, stolen identities and weak passwords. With the recent shift to remote working and delivery of services such as telehealth, the prevalence for these types of cyber-attacks has been on the rise,” Andrew Assad, general manager of Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business in ANZ, said in a prepared statement. “With this in mind, Arrow is expanding its technology portfolio with the addition of SecureAuth to support our partners and their customers in this area.”
SecureAuth’s platform that leverages the company’s Intelligent Identity Cloud service enables risk-based adaptive multi-factor authentication, single sign-on (SSO) and user self-service.
The platform is highly flexible and standards-based, reducing the threat surface, enabling high rates of adoption and meeting business cyber resiliency demands, the companies say.
“Industries globally are transforming literally overnight into the ‘fully digital era,’ with many appearing to be testing and designing in real-time to deal with unprecedented conditions,” said Warnock in a prepared statement. “Off the back of this shift, companies will need to reprioritize digital strategies, not only to deal with current challenges, but to accelerate into delivering remote work, cloud-enabled ecommerce and BYOD now, with identity security central to a secured future.”