One of those is, of course, the flagship BioConnect identity platform, which offers multi-factor authentication via technologies including fingerprint scanning. Norbain is also offering the compatible BioStation A2 and L2 biometric terminals from BioConnect hardare partner Suprema; and BioConnect TeamWorks, a cloud-based HR solution that features biometric time and attendance tracking.
The new partnership arrives right on the heels of BioConnect’s entry into FIDO Alliance membership, and should help to showcase the geographic reach of the company as its profile rises among FIDO members and in the authentication industry more generally. It should also foster more business opportunities in itself; in a statement, BioConnect CEO Rob Douglas highlighted the BioConnect platform’s applications in “education, data centres and in enterprise settings,” and said that the Norbain partnership “facilitates great relationships with key accounts in these markets.”
The companies will also show off their solutions, together with Suprema, at next month’s IFSEC at ExCel London conference.
May 26, 2016 – by Alex Perala