“For ForgeRock clients … the integration enables them to take advantage of ImageWare’s multimodal authentication solution, which supports facial, fingerprint, palm, and voice recognition, among other authentication mechanisms.”
ImageWare‘s GoVerifyID biometric authentication platform has been integrated into the ForgeRock Trust Network Technology Program, the company has announced.
It’s a development that could open up new business opportunities for ImageWare. The ForgeRock Trust Network Technology Program is essentially a curated security solutions portfolio for ForgeRock’s clients; and with ImageWare now a ‘Principal Partner’ in the program, the company is well positioned to attract interest.
For ForgeRock clients, meanwhile, the integration enables them to take advantage of ImageWare’s multimodal authentication solution, which supports facial, fingerprint, palm, and voice recognition, among other authentication mechanisms.
In a statement announcing the integration, ForgeRock Global Strategy and Innovation VP Ben Goodman highlighted the versatility of ImageWare’s solution, asserting that “GoVerifyID is now a valued member of the ForgeRock Trust Network offering a full range of two-factor, multi-factor and biometric authentication methods which provide flexibility for users.” Goodman added that “ImageWare has a proven history of delivering highly-scalable, real-time systems as is required by our large customers.”
News of the integration comes on the heels of ImageWare’s announcement of capitalization efforts involving a private placement and a debt-to-equity conversion that brought the company about $15.8 million.
September 14, 2018 – by Alex Perala