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New Smart Card Management System Introduced By Versatile Security

New features version include smart card printing capability

NEW YORK, December 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Versatile Security Sweden AB announces the release of vSEC:CMS T-Series [http://versatilesecurity.com/versatilesecurity-vsec-cms-t.php ] version 3.0. New features in this version include: Smart card printing capability, new graphical interface with intuitive lifecycle navigation, support of new Smart Cards, support of new certifications authorities and external databases... and much more.

A free downloadable demo version of vSEC:CMS T3.0 can be found on versatilesecurity.com [http://versatilesecurity.com ] and the product is offered through Gemalto's partner network.

"The development completed by Versatile Security with vSEC:CMS T3.0 extends the value of strong authentication to organizations who have deployed or are considering deploying smart card technology. By extending the card management system's reach to cover .NET, Dual Interface, and FIPS certified PIV smart cards; organizations can quickly and easily deploy secure identities across their organization," said Francois Lasnier, SVP Security Business Unit, Gemalto.

vSEC:CMS T-Series is currently supports Gemalto's Protiva ExecProtect [http://www.gemalto.com/identity/solutions/execprotect.html ] solution allowing customers to quickly and efficiently deploy and manage IDPrime .NET cards. With the extension of vSEC:CMS T3.0, additional smart card products including IDPrime PIV card (FIPS certified) and IDPrime MD cards can be implemented and managed.

"I am proud to be able to release this new version of vSEC:CMS T-Series. The new features are significant and will enable us to offer the product to an even larger set of customers. With the smart card printing capability, our new lifecycle navigation, and the support of new smart cards such as the Gemalto IDPrime PIV and IDPrime MD, vSEC:CMS T-Series has clearly reached a new level, while maintaining its strong characteristic: Cost-efficient, intuitive and fast smart card administration," said Joakim Thoren, CEO, Versatile Security.

About Versatile Security

Versatile Security [http://versatilesecurity.com ] is a leading IT solutions provider in the IAM space with focus on easy deployment of smart cards with innovative smart card management systems. The company's customers are typically organizations that demand high security and ease of use. State of the art solutions enable the customers to securely authenticate, issue and manage user credentials (smart cards), more cost efficiently than other solutions on the market.

Versatile Security's mission is to provide solutions that are affordable and easy to integrate, thus allowing organizations of all sizes to implement high levels of security. Customers include: HSBC, Tieto, Centric, Raiffeisenbank, TradeRiver, European Commission, Svensk Exportkredit and IKEA.

The products and services can be bought and delivered worldwide by use of an extensive reseller network and through the Versatile Security web site: http://versatilesecurity.com

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