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Zvetco Biometrics Delivers a Cohesive Security System Integrating Fingerprint Biometrics with Sun Identity Management Solutions.
Date:6/24/2009

ion to security and identification needs. Its core functionality allows an enterprise to define policy-based methods for implementing various types of biometric access control systems, using a consistent application for management, authentication, enrollment, administration, auditing, event logging, and reporting. While interoperability, ease-of-use, and multi-platform versatility are clear advantages of BiObex, the essential customer value is increased security."

The Verifi line of readers, including the P4000 and P5000 family of products are enterprise ready fingerprint readers with all metal housings, optional waterproof capability and extremely high reliability make for the perfect candidates for large-scale enterprise deployments. Additionally, the waterproof capabilities are ideal for healthcare environments where they can be sprayed regularly with disinfectant without worry, while meeting the revised stringent security requirements of HIPAA and other healthcare related government security mandates. In particular, the recently announced transition to an electronic patient record from paper records necessitates a higher level of protection that only biometric security can provide.

This addition also complements the recently announced Verifi P6000, which is intended toward government deployments. This unit is a certified single fingerprint reader that meets the FIPS 201/PIV requirements of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD 12). As such, the Verifi P6000 is a great match for protecting government desktops and networks everywhere. The Verifi P6000 is designed to facilitate government and enterprise logical access -- the protection of personal computers and electronic data to help prevent the inside threat. Further, with its state of the art capacitive sensor technology it is able to capture high quality fingerprints from a wide spectrum of traditionally difficult fingers such as those with dry, moist, scarred and aged skin. <
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