The BioPassport™ BioLogon Enterprise does not store the image of your fingerprint. It creates a digital template that is your secure BioPassport™ Profile. It is not possible to recreate your initial fingerprint image to avoid the risk of “cloning”.
Fingerprint sensor independent. Use a fingerprint sensor that suites your environment or one that you trust.
The BioPassport™ BioLogon Module also supports passwords, which allows the transition of users over a
period of time, from logging in with passwords to logging in with their Biometrics.
Currently BioPassport™ BioLogon supports IRIS recognition, finger recognition and a combination of both. It will automatically request a live image from the connected sensor/camera, depending on which biometric technology was enrolled on the BioPassport™ Enterprise AD Server by the user.
Almost all enterprises face increasing problems to secure access to their VPN, Firewall, Internet / intranet and ERP or other password secured applications. Their efforts are constrained by the practices of users who create trivial passwords, write them down, stick them to the monitor or use identical passwords for different applications. Password-based user authentication remains the weakest link in the security chain and a high cost factor for each
Adding fingerprint authentication results in almost immediate financial benefits and a ROI of under one year. By taking away the burden for users to remember passwords or create new ones, you never have to worry about resetting those passwords or handling a high level of support requests for lost or forgotten passwords. The benefits are obvious — dramatically increased customer and partner satisfaction, increased employee uptime and reduced help desk and support costs.
All BioPassport™ Enterprise Security products comply with privacy standards for industry and government.