Say goodbye to the password and hello to the biometric access card.
SmartMetric Reduces a Network and Computer Access Control Biometric Card to the Thickness and Dimensions of a Credit Card
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 19, 2015) - SmartMetric Inc. (OTCQB: SMME) Following in the wake of almost daily corporate network intrusions causing serious data theft, SmartMetric has turned its research and development of its biometric activated credit card to the field of computer and computer network access control.
SmartMetric has developed a self powered rechargeable computer access control and user verification card that uses the computer operator's fingerprint to activate and validate computer network and access authorisation. It is configured to use either a physical contact reader attached to the computer's USB or a wireless connection using low powered Bluetooth. Other versions combine both physical and radio frequency allowing for multiple functions such as computer access as well as doorway and security check point validation.
Having a multifunction biometric validation security credential that is the size of a credit card allows for easy use with inexpensive off the shelf USB smart card readers. These same low cost readers can also be used for card battery recharging. Also the slim profile of the card allows it to be easily stored inside the user's wallet or purse as if it were a standard credit card.
SmartMetric has developed a rapid recharging power management system that resides inside the card. The system is specially designed for the power requirements for both short and long range radio transmission as well as powering the card's inbuilt super thin fingerprint reader.
To find out more about how the SmartMetric Biometric card can add biometric security to your enterprise please contact SmartMetric at email@example.com or go to the company website.
About SmartMetric, Inc. SmartMetric is a publicly traded technology company that has developed a fingerprint scanner built inside EMV payment credit and debit chip cards thereby creating a second layer biometric authentication protection in defending against card fraud.
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