BIO-key launches two new biometric fingerprint scanners for enhanced authentication security


BIO-key has added new devices to its line of fingerprint scanners to offer corporate and government customers new form factors and USB connection options for secure and convenient biometric authentication services.

The new Pocket10 is a FAP 50 fingerprint scanner certified by the NIMC of Nigeria and the Directorate of Quality Testing and Certification (STQC) of India. It can register ten fingerprints in a compact pocket size, according to BIO-key, for highly mobile registration capabilities to support national biometric identification programs, background check submissions and application of the law.

The USB-C version of the company’s SidePass and SideSwipe biometric scanners offer an affordable scanner option to use as Windows Hello accessories.

The move also responds to users’ desire to replace outdated security methods provided by password authentication with biometric options such as fingerprints that are faster, more secure and more convenient, as a recent report notes. by Raconteur. The analyst firm predicts that the global biometrics market will grow from $ 22 billion in 2021 to $ 55 billion in 2027.

The combination of BIO-key’s platform and hardware options enables its customers and partners to access flexible, cost-effective and secure solutions for system access by employees, customers and partners, regardless of or their place of work, says the company.

Kimberly Johnson, vice president of products at BIO-key, said the new low-cost, high-quality biometric scanners will enable faster and smoother workflows for customers.

“Not only are these scanners secure and more convenient than end-user passwords, tokens and phone factors, but they easily integrate with customers’ existing security solutions and align with our WEB key and our PortalGuard IDaaS platform. BIO-key continues to lead the industry by providing the most advanced and secure biometric product offerings to a wide range of customers and partners, ”said Johnson.

BIO-key’s software is scanner independent and allows customers to mix and match any of more than 40 supported fingerprint scanners to deliver a secure biometric experience, according to the announcement.

Kenya-based cybersecurity solutions provider has recently been added to BIO-key’s Channel Alliance partner program in Africa with the aim of selling its identity as a cloud-based service PortalGuard and its biometric hardware and software solutions in Africa. from the east.

Articles topics

BIO-key | biometric identification | biometrics | fingerprint recognition | fingerprint scanners | actions | Usb


Leave A Reply