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BIO-key(R) to Showcase Biometric Identification Technology at 2008 RSA Conference
Date:4/20/2008

More than Ten Exhibitors Will Be Promoting BIO-key at This Year's Event

WALL, N.J., April 7, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BIO-key International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BKYI), a leader in finger-based biometric identification and wireless public safety solutions, announced today that it will be showcasing its fingerprint biometric products at the 2008 RSA Conference. This information security event will be held at the Moscone Conference Center from April 7th to April 11th in San Francisco, CA. BIO-key will demonstrate its state-of-the-art identification solutions based on its patented, award winning biometric technology in booth #750.

BIO-key will demonstrate a wide spectrum of solutions that have been successfully deployed using BIO-key's authentication software. Some of the more notable solutions include: point-of-sale offerings from Radiant Systems; network log-on and Single-Sign-On (SSO) applications with partners IdentiPHI, Sig-Tec, Janus Associates and Softex; secure wireless access with biometrics on a Fujitsu tablet computer; secure email applications with partner, Living Software; and a large scale identification application currently deployed in Bangladesh that will comprise of 100 million enrollments by year-end 2008. Each of these solutions leverages the superior accuracy and scalability that BIO-key's software provides. Additionally, they take advantage of BIO-key's finger reader independence and interoperability that allows users to select the appropriate fingerprint reader from any of the major manufacturers.

At the conference, BIO-key will also feature their newest release of WEB- key(R), a cost effective fingerprint based authentication system. This unique solution can be easily deployed into virtually any application to positively identify users before allowing access to valuable corporate resources, web portals or applications. When used in conjunction with a token, with just a simple swipe of a finger, BIO-key's auth
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