Attacks/Breaches
12/6/2012
02:22 PM
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Products and Releases
50%
50%

Integrated Biometrics Introduces Sherlock Fingerprint Sensors

Company receives FBI certification

SPARTANBURG, S.C., Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Biometrics, LLC (IB) today announces another technological breakthrough with the FBI certification of its newest finger print technology. IB's development team created the new product using their patented Light Emitting Sensor (LES) technology along with a thin film transistor (TFT). LES technology utilizes a highly engineered charged polymer film interacting with the specific properties of human skin to luminesce fingerprint images. The TFT captures the image at the FBI's standard 500PPI requirement. The combination of LES Technology and the thin film transistor (TFT) enables size and weight reductions of up to 95% when compared to other products serving the same function.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121206/CL23539 )

IB provides custom finger print sensors for markets requiring Appendix F or PIV071006 biometric solutions and unlike other commonly used fingerprint biometric technologies is able to achieve the highest quality of images without compromising device thickness and overall size. This unique capability has produced the world's first TFT based sensor to achieve the FBI's Appendix F Mobile ID certification.

The technologies are being used to produce the world's thinnest, smallest, and lightest Appendix F Mobile ID biometric sensors

About Integrated Biometrics Headquartered in Spartanburg, SC, Integrated Biometrics was founded in 2002 as an alternative solution to the commonly used optical and silicon technologies. Our stable and proven team, work with our patented technologies to create unique benefits and provide solutions that overcome the limitations of other biometric technologies. With facilities in South Korea and South Carolina, Integrated Biometrics continues to grow as a leading global provider of finger print biometric sensors.

"We provide leadership, enabling fingerprint capture technology in both standalone and embedded versions suitable for integration into our partners' solutions."

For more information: www.integratedbiometrics.com, toll free +888.840.8034, or Mike Grimes (864) 313.7111.

Comment  | 
Print  | 
More Insights
Register for Dark Reading Newsletters
White Papers
Cartoon
Current Issue
Dark Reading December Tech Digest
Experts weigh in on the pros and cons of end-user security training.
Flash Poll
Video
Slideshows
Twitter Feed
Dark Reading - Bug Report
Bug Report
Enterprise Vulnerabilities
From DHS/US-CERT's National Vulnerability Database
CVE-2014-5314
Published: 2014-11-23
Buffer overflow in Cybozu Office 9 and 10 before 10.1.0, Mailwise 4 and 5 before 5.1.4, and Dezie 8 before 8.1.1 allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via e-mail messages.

CVE-2014-5325
Published: 2014-11-23
The (1) DOMConverter, (2) JDOMConverter, (3) DOM4JConverter, and (4) XOMConverter functions in Direct Web Remoting (DWR) through 2.0.10 and 3.x through 3.0.RC2 allow remote attackers to read arbitrary files via DOM data containing an XML external entity declaration in conjunction with an entity refe...

CVE-2014-5326
Published: 2014-11-23
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Direct Web Remoting (DWR) through 2.0.10 and 3.x through 3.0.RC2 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via unspecified vectors.

CVE-2014-6477
Published: 2014-11-23
Unspecified vulnerability in the JPublisher component in Oracle Database Server 11.1.0.7, 11.2.0.3, 11.2.0.4, 12.1.0.1, and 12.1.0.2 allows remote authenticated users to affect confidentiality via unknown vectors, a different vulnerability than CVE-2014-4290, CVE-2014-4291, CVE-2014-4292, CVE-2014-4...

CVE-2014-4807
Published: 2014-11-22
Sterling Order Management in IBM Sterling Selling and Fulfillment Suite 9.3.0 before FP8 allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (CPU consumption) via a '\0' character.

Best of the Web
Dark Reading Radio
Archived Dark Reading Radio
Now that the holiday season is about to begin both online and in stores, will this be yet another season of nonstop gifting to cybercriminals?