SecuGen will take the opportunity of the RSA 2017 conference to show off its UN20 Serial fingerprint sensor, the company has announced.
The device was announced at the start of this year. Part of the company’s Unity BDP product line, it’s a serial interface optical sensor boasting of FBI and NIST MINEX certification. It also runs on a Linux operating system, allowing for robust customizability.
The device was showcased alongside SecuGen’s UN20 Bluetooth sensor at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, and the two devices will once again appear together at RSA 2017, where they could find some appeal among the cybersecurity community.
RSA 2017 will run from February 13th to 17th in San Francisco.
February 1, 2017 – by Alex Perala