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BIO-key® to Unveil Enterprise Ready Biometric Identity Platform for Smartphones at the Burton Group Catalyst Conference
Date:7/22/2010

erprint readers from AuthenTec into manufacturers' various models to take advantage of the convenient security, personalization and touch control combined with very low solution implementation cost and we see deployments continuing to grow," said Larry Ciaccia, President of AuthenTec, a leading provider of security, identity management and touch control solutions.

"The BIO-key fingerprint biometric software protects user privacy while providing a convenient and significantly more secure alternative to passwords and tokens for a person remotely accessing an enterprise application. With the simple touch of a finger and without the need for other forms of identification, BIO-key's identification software can quickly search an enterprise database of authorized users to positively establish the identity of a remote user," added Dr. Ronald D. Black, Chairman and CEO, UPEK a leader in enterprise and consumer biometric fingerprint solutions.

"Smartphones provide enterprise users with further flexibility to access applications and information from virtually anywhere and at anytime;" commented Rob Baxter, CEO, Validity, Inc, a leading provider of convenient, secure and reliable fingerprint authentication solutions. "BIO-key's biometric enterprise identification platform ensures quick and secure identification of enterprise users from any device running on any platform without the inconvenience of typing passwords, and giving enterprises the reliability and security to include smartphones as part of their IT solution," he added.  

The Burton Group Catalyst Conference, is a five-day, industry-shaping conference that explores cutting-edge ideas, current challenges as well as emerging technologies shaping today's and tomorrow's enterprise. This event is renowned for its attendee-driven ag
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