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CDS Monarch Deploys DigitalPersona Strong Authentication Solutions for Secure Access to Electronic Medical Records
Date:5/22/2012

the risk of audit failure while ensuring that CDS Monarch is providing quality services with heightened security."

"It is more important than ever for healthcare providers and human interest organizations to control access to sensitive data in ways that are secure yet don't hinder productivity," said Mike Printz, vice president of sales at DigitalPersona. "DigitalPersona's healthcare solution gives organizations the flexibility to tailor their use of multi-factor authentication to fit their established business processes and reduce costs."

For more information about DigitalPersona, please visit the company's website at http://www.digitalpersona.com, or find us on Twitter @DigitalPersona.

About DigitalPersona
DigitalPersona, Inc. is a global provider of multi-factor authentication and access management solutions that close the gap between people and security for enterprises, government agencies and commercial embedded-solution developers. The company's fingerprint biometrics technology helps organizations prevent fraud and increase accountability; it is incorporated into multiple national voting systems, almost all brands of biometrically-enabled point-of-sale (POS) stations, as well as many commercial applications in the retail, healthcare, and financial industries. DigitalPersona's authentication and access management software is shipped by computer manufacturers on millions of notebooks and desktop computers per year; its cloud- and Active Directory-managed solutions multi-factor/strong authentication, single sign-on (SSO) password management and emergency access recovery simplify compliance and cut IT costs. For more information contact DigitalPersona, Inc. at: +1 650.474.4000, or visit www.digitalpersona.com.

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