Digital Defense Group Debuts Personal Identity Platform for Converged Security

<strong>Omaha, Neb. &mdash; Sept. 26</strong><br />Digital Defense Group has unveiled its personal identity platform, an open, standards-based product suite for achieving enterprise security convergence. <br /><br />The biometric physical and logical access control system is available for immediate delivery.<br /><br />&ldquo;The evolution and expansion of Digital Defense Group&rsquo;s products enable true convergence of physical and logical access control and the resulting return on the investment,&rdquo; President Steve Campisi said. &ldquo;We believe we offer the world&rsquo;s most advanced personal identity platform, and we know it is ready for the most demanding enterprise customers.&rdquo;<br /><br />The company&rsquo;s platform centers on the Factor4 and IronGateTM contactless security biocards, driven by the company&rsquo;s Biometric Operating Secure System (BOSS) and supported by three new software applications. <br /><br />Reader hardware for the platform uses industry-standard wireless protocols.<br /><br />The credit card-sized biocards are self-enrolling on the device. This patent-pending technology eliminates the need for a centralized biometric database. <br /><br />Beyond the on-card 1:1 authentication, the biocards&rsquo; anti-tampering technology exceeds U.S. government standards. Factor4 and IronGate use a range of wireless standards; IronGate will transmit a wireless signal up to 35 feet.<br /><br />&ldquo;Digital Defense Group biocards deliver the highest level of security and biometric privacy ever offered,&rdquo; Campisi said. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ve packed a lot of power into a credit card form factor, and we&rsquo;ve done it with an inclusive, industrywide perspective.&rdquo;<br /><br />The biocards&rsquo; processor drives BOSS to deliver multi-protocol silos for system, file, access and custom commands. BOSS file management can carry over 65,000…



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