IDmission launches system to upgrade enterprise access control with biometrics, passive liveness
IDmission has developed a system to allow enterprises to add a biometric security layer for two-factor authentication to physical and logical access points to detect false identities and prevent unauthorized access, the company announced.
The new Identity Management System (IDMS) provides enhanced control over enterprise multiple-entry points by leveraging biometric technology combined with two-factor authentication to replace legacy key card and PIN systems. It can be easily installed on existing access hardware, and provides fast biometric-enabled onboarding and tracking, security and reporting, according to the announcement.
“As biometric technology continues to grow as a reliable authentication medium, there is a growing urgency for fast, reliable, and more secure verification of employees accessing secure locations and systems,” said IDmission CEO Ashim Banerjee in a prepared statement. “We have engineered a secure end-to-end solution that is easy to implement and does not require replacing your entire infrastructure.”
The biometric-enhanced IDMS with passive liveness detection can be deployed in organizations that use key cards or badges for access such as airports, ammunition dumps, government facilities, hospitals, nuclear plants and powerplants, oil refineries, security firms, and the armed forces.
IDmission’s biometric technologies achieved ISO compliance for ISO/IEC 30107-3 requirements. During the Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) test the company’s proprietary passive liveness detection technology was 100 percent compliant, while the iBeta Quality Assurance test revealed an error rate of 0 percent.