DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Secure Services Corp. (SSC), a leader in developing unique solutions for secure information and communication has achieved a milestone within the United States. SSC has successfully integrated their Secure Health and Privacy Environment (SHAPE) Smart Token(R) Constructive Key Management (CKM) cards with Intercede's MyID smart card and identity credential management platform. SSC is one of the first companies in the US to offer the Healthcare market a complete smart card-based ID solution that enables secure online access to patient medical information, reduces insurance fraud through quick patient identification and proof of insurance, and enables doctors to collect payments more quickly.
"Our SHAPE solution provides the healthcare market with one of the easiest to use and most secure identity registration, issuance, authentication and authorization systems available today," said Les Keepper, Jr., SSC's CEO. "Intercede's MyID enables customers to easily apply permission and access management rules onto cards at the point of card issuance, rather than applying them after the fact like almost everyone else in the market. This ensures that we have no discontinuity or conflicts. Ultimately MyID helps ease the pain of issuing and managing identity credentials on devices. This process builds a card specifically for the end user so it is ready to use when they receive it. We are very pleased to be partnered with Intercede."
"SSC's technologies and the selection of world class partners, like Intercede, is what makes our approach to the problem of identity protection so unique. This system now exceeds all United States compliance and governance rules," said SSC's Keepper.
Secure Services Corp.'s unique approach of combining market leading
card and credential management from Intercede with the SHAPE Smart Token(R)
CKM cards using and advanced biometric technology with match-on-card
capabilities, provides for
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