Identity management solutions firm SecuEra has signed a distribution agreement with biometric ID firm Neurotechnology that will see SecuEra sell Neurotechnology's complete line of MINEX III/FIPS 201/PIV certified products for multimodal biometric projects including fingerprint, face, iris, palm print and speaker identification and authentication.
Under the agreement, SecuEra will also provide custom development and integration services to help consumers implement optimized products both efficiently and economically.
In a statement, the firms noted that biometrics for authentication enhances the security quotient and ensures a robustly secure environment, easing the worries of agencies that require trusted ecosystems such as those involved in explicit communication networks.
"People and corporations want confidentiality and accuracy, but they are not able to achieve it because security has always been complex to understand and costly to implement," said Gurpreet Manes, CEO of SecuEra Technologies. "SecuEra has spent years creating flexible platforms that are customizable and permit rapid integration and migration anywhere in the world for a variety of unified identity credentialing and authentication needs – without using passwords. We not only resell Neurotechnology products, but also leverage their algorithms to enhance the accuracy and security of our own identity management products. The benefit to our customers is a product with not only lower risks and costs of usage, but it is also scalable, modular, and hardware agnostic, which simplifies enrollment, personalization, and issuance processes."
"Many governments and private entities are constantly looking to biometrics, and often look to multimodal biometrics as part of their security solution. At the same time, they intend to ensure convenience to citizens and consumers. We have 25 years experience in the biometrics and AI industry, and during this period we developed a large software product portfolio, which includes our proprietary algorithms for the main biometric modalities demanded in identification and authentication projects of any scale," said Antonello Mincone, Business Development Manager at Neurotechnology. "We are glad to have established a distributor partnership with SecuEra to further strengthen our presence in the various biometric markets and prove to customers the quality of our products, especially in accuracy and speed."
SecuEra Technologies will sell Neurotechnology's algorithms and software development products for biometric fingerprint, face, iris, voice and palm print recognition.