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National Sheriffs’ Association Winter Conference

At the NSA Winter Conference in Washington, DC, you can join high-level leadership from federal agencies, members of Congress, and very active sheriffs who come together to explore current legislation, learn about relevant topics, and explore trending technologies and products. (more info)

February 5th, 2022|

Iris Biometrics Set the Stage for Future Federal Access Control

Final of a three-part series By Mohammed Murad When the federal government first established a PIV card program to increase security for federal employees and contractors, they were wise to include fingerprint biometrics into the protocol to provide another layer of identity authentication. By having employees present a PIV credential to a reader and then

October 12th, 2021|Blog|

Time to Make PIV Cards Universal in Federal Facilities

Second of a three-part series By Mohammed Murad Getting into a federal building or gaining access to a logical device isn't as easy today as in the early 2000s. Now, more than five million federal employees and contractors carry high-security Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards at many departments and agencies.  The cards, featuring embedded biometrics,

October 5th, 2021|Blog|

Iris ID Looks at Growing Federal Government Use of Iris Biometrics

Cranbury, N.J. – Sept. 22, 2021 – Learn how the federal government is using iris biometrics for the collection of personal identity and authentication data by joining Iris ID, the global leader in iris recognition technology for 20 years, at Connect: ID 2021, Oct. 5-6 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. Agencies

September 22nd, 2021|Press Release|

Demand for iris recognition-based access control skyrocketing

By Mohammed Murad The demand for access control technology is skyrocketing, according to a new market research report by the international market research firm, FMI. And biometric solutions top the list, with iris recognition-based systems expected to post the largest jump in demand. FMI estimates total worldwide access control market revenue of USD 15.3 billion

September 7th, 2021|Blog|

VIDEO: Iris ID’s Mohammed Murad Talks Biometric Background Checks, Access Control, and More at ISC West

n this video interview recorded at ISC West 2021 in Las Vegas, FindBiometrics Media Sales & Strategy Manager Doug OGorden speaks with Mohammed Murad from the show floor at ISC West. Murad is the Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development for Iris ID, which showcased its iCAM 7000 series of iris recognition scanners during the

August 24th, 2021|News|
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Getting back to normal with vaccine passports

Are you vaccinated? That’s a question asked by governments and businesses around the world. The answers to that question help determine how soon nations recover economically from the COVID-19 pandemic. The success of vaccine programs varies widely worldwide, with nations such as Israel, the U.A.E., the U.S. and the U.K. fully vaccinating more than 50%

July 27th, 2021|Blog|

Getting Malaysia back to normal with vaccine passports

Are you vaccinated? That’s a question asked by governments and businesses around the world, with Malaysia being no exception. The answers to that question help determine how soon the Southeast Asian nation recovers economically from the COVID-19 pandemic. An aggressive vaccine program in diverse and geographically separated Malaysia recently dispensed daily record numbers of injections

July 15th, 2021|News|

Iris ID and Access Control

Visit us at ISC West, booth #10017, July 19-21 in Las Vegas Stop and think of how many sites count on plastic access control cards ­– often capable of being cloned or stolen – to ensure only authorized people gain entry to mission-critical locations. Nuclear medicine facilities, data centers and casino cash rooms are among

July 15th, 2021|Blog|

The Case for Biometrics for Border Control

Safety and security, especially at our national borders, have become increasingly important due to the record number of people entering the U.S.  According to the National Sheriff’s Association, year-to-date 200,000 people have avoided law enforcement detection and entered local communities. The use of biometric technology gives officers the ability to quickly and accurately identify travelers

June 22nd, 2021|Blog|