Fingerprint authentication technology is becoming more popular day by day. With the advancement of powerful biometric technologies, we are entering into a world where you need nothing but your physical traits for the verification process.
Why choose Digital Persona U.are.U 4500 sensor based Fingerprint Scanner?
There are quite a few traditional authentication systems which are largely dependent on human management with complex and inconvenient verification system. You couldn’t possibly rely on these outdated programs to fight with the evolving security concerns of this era. To solve this issue you can find fingerprint scanner which utilizes Digital Persona’s fingerprint sensor. It is hassle free, convenient and easy to use. Security is highly optimized in every aspect and offers large capture areas, superb image quality and rapid capture speed. This efficient, convenient and high-quality U.are.U 4500 sensor based image technology enhance the acceptance and performance of m2sys reader.
Digital Persona U.are.U 4500 sensor based Fingerprint Scanner
It has built in fingerprint recognition engine which is capable of authenticating the toughest fingerprints correctly and rapidly. It provides an extension to your security system and application for any kind of business like enterprise customer, system integrator or home user. Its attractive features, compact disk and professional appearance makes it the best in the market. It is also capable of reading fingerprints from any angle.
How to integrate Digital Persona U.are.U 4500 sensor based Fingerprint Scanner?
The requirements of integrating U.are.U fingerprint reader are the following:
- A Laptop/PC with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 2000, Me, Server 2003
- Digital Persona U.are.U 4500 sensor based Fingerprint Scanner
- A biometric SDK with appropriate drivers
Integrating the Digital Persona fingerprint SDK isn’t a herculean task. You don’t have to be a programmer to install this with a fingerprint scanner. The process is following:
- Click on the setup.exe file from your biometric SDK installation folder.
- Click “Next” several times to proceed with the installation system.
- After completing the installation, you need to restart your computer.
- After restarting your computer, open your software to check if it works correctly with the reader.
M2-S™ Fingerprint Scanner, one of the best fingerprint scanners in the market right now is designed around the Digital Persona U.are.U 4500HD. It provides reliable, accurate, and virtually foolproof fingerprint recognition.
We hope that now you can easily integrate this amazing fingerprint scanner by yourself. Please contact with us if you face any further problem regarding this issue.
Data breaches in banking has seemingly become a regular occurrence all over the world. Till most recently a majority of banks and financial institutions relied on old password based security systems which make things effortless for fraudsters to breach banking data. Banks have already lost millions and are now looking for a stable solution against the data breach problem.
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Don’t be surprised if your passport remain unused when passing through the Hamad International Airport (HIA) boarding, because they are going to adopt biometric face verification soon on the platform.
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More and more tablets and mobile devices are ramping up security with biometrics – almost all major smartphones are now equipped with some kind of biometric sensor or scanner. Apple just shocked many by introducing face biometrics in place of their fingerprint scanner, the technology apple paid over $350 million for several years ago.
When taken with an infrared camera, face recognition becomes a rock solid biometric modality. Tech giants switching from fingerprint to face now validates why M2SYS always believed in underlying hybrid biometric technology – each biometric modality works differently in different environments; there is no “one fits all” approach in biometrics. That’s why we invented a solution and platform that lets our partners plug in different forms of biometrics as their business and product matures, without the need to rewrite any code. Can you believe that someone thought of this approach many many years ago? That’s M2SYS.
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The definition of cloud computing is recognized as a model that enables ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a broad number of computing resources, such as: storage, networks, servers, services, and applications that can be provisioned quickly and released with little to no interaction from service providers and minimum management effort. Cloud computing is a field of computer networking which is presenting opportunities to use infrastructure, hardware, or application as a service. Organizations and companies are looking into cloud computing for its cost effectiveness, security options, and as a reasonable solution for their needs. It should be noted, using a third party for cloud services does raise some security concerns as well. Continue reading →
The rising use of cloud based biometrics is quickly becoming an indispensable part of businesses. (Photo by Timothy Muza on Unsplash)
The following guest post on the rise of cloud biometrics was sumitted by Jackie Edwards.
When you’re in charge of information security for your organization, the idea that employees can access information anywhere might make you squeamish. Yet, cloud computing continues to grow and is now an indispensable part of any business that wants to stay mobile. So, what can you do as a CIO to keep your data protected? Biometric authentication is here to add extra security to cloud computing.
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A rise in data breaches is prompting many banks and financial institutions to adopt biometric identification technology for customers and staff. (Photo courtesy of flickr).
The following guest post on the use of biometric technology for individual identification in banking and financial services was submitted by Maricel Tabalba.
A significant increase in data breaches in the past few years has urged many financial institutions to consider using biometric security. The Gemalto breach level index showed that there were 1,540 credit card related data breaches in 2014. Additionally, the Consumer Sentinel Network stated that the number one complaint in their database were concerns regarding identify theft. Continue reading →
Security is an ever-present concern in today’s world. Increasingly, we are seeing how biometric
authentication, such as fingerprint identification, facial recognition, or DNA, is being used to enhance security systems.
Thanks to the prevalence of smartphones with touchscreens and high-definition cameras, it’s easier than ever before to implement these additional security protocols. The general public is embracing the technology as an easy way to prevent unauthorized access to accounts. In fact, 52% of consumers want banks to add fingerprint scans to banking apps.
But biometric technology goes far beyond fingerprints and facial recognition. Currently, there is advanced research being done about new and exciting ways to confirm identity. From analysis of fingernails, earlobes, and keystroke patterns, there are endless methods that are currently being explored, and each biometric has benefits and drawbacks. Continue reading →
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Advancements in biometric identification management technology are moving so fast, it’s tough to predict just how much it will potentially change the world we live in. Biometrics are fundamentally changing identification management in a host of industries and governmental entities. There is no question that biometrics now touch virtually every corner of the world to improve security, but what is perhaps most fascinating is the benefits biometrics have established that were once unforeseen which include establishing parity in societies that have traditionally lacked class equity.
Traditional identification technologies (passwords, PINs, plastic ID cards) are no longer reliable and quickly being supplanted with biometrics. For example, the increased focus on improving internet security to fight cybercrime has opened the door for the use of biometrics as a stand-alone solution, or as part of a multi-factor authentication strategy. Continue reading →
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Remember the times, when you used to buy those giant locks with massive keys to secure your houses? Or do you know how that was replaced by one central door key, which was too big to be kept inside your pocket? It’s true that time flies, but the other side is also true that it flies with a lot of changes. Today, security systems have become less complex and more technology based.
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