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  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    Biometrics in Banking: From Unbanked to Lifelong Customer

    The concept of banking the unbanked holds great promise for both financial institutions and unserved customers. Financial institutions get access to large numbers of new customers and the unbanked get access to financial products and services previously not afforded them. The same holds true with the benefits of biometrics. From...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    Preserving Profits: Attacking Fraud & Theft at the Point of Sale

    In retail, one of the greatest points of theft vulnerability is at the Point of Sale (POS). This paper reveals current POS employee theft statistics and quantifies the exposure retailer's face when relying on common methods of signing into the POS, such as PINs, passwords, swipe cards and keys. These...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Controlling Access, Authentication and Data on the End Point: A Review of DigitalPersona Pro 5.1 for Enterprises

    With security breaches almost constantly in the news, senior managers are challenging their IT staffs to solve security problems before their organizations end up in the headlines. Security breaches are perpetrated by a wide variety of external and internal sources, including hacktivists, targeted attackers, and profit-motivated cybercriminals, as well as...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    An Integrated and Cost-Effective Solution for Access Control and Data Encryption

    The modern organization finds itself in a precarious situation. Security is necessary, but implementing an effective balance among strength, usability and manageability can be very difficult. Too much security, and end-users will revolt or compromise security solutions, accidentally or intentionally. Too little security and organizations increase the risk that their...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Protecting and Simplifying Access to Electronic Health Records

    Market studies show more than 85% of healthcare organizations experienced data breaches in the past two years, at an average cost of up to $2M each. To avoid such losses, many hospitals, medical practices and other businesses are deploying security solutions that can encrypt data and, at the same time,...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Nov 2010

    Memorial Hospital Case Study

    Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit independent community hospital that serves the acute and primary care needs of more than 40,000 residents of Union County and five surrounding counties. The hospital required a solution that would provide authorized staff with quick, secure access to patient records. The DigitalPersona Pro endpoint protection...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Simplifying Compliance With CJIS Security Policy

    Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy is raising the bar for information security in any public agency whose personnel access criminal and justice records as defined by the U.S. Department of Justice. Regulators are setting new security standards aimed at making sure citizens' information is protected against unauthorized access...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jul 2010

    Jackson Hospital Case Study

    Jackson Hospital is one of the largest not-for-profit community hospitals in Alabama. Jackson Hospital needed a solution that would meet these mandates, while providing a fast and convenient method for physicians and ancillary staff to access their EMR. DigitalPersona Pro provides the IT department with a single control point to...

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  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    MMG Insurance Case Study

    A premier property and casualty insurer in the Northeast, MMG Insurance serves customers in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. The company turned to DigitalPersona for a cost effective and convenient way to improve network security. MMG also wanted to eliminate a process that required its 160 employees to re-type...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2010

    City of Winter Park Case Study

    The City of Winter Park employs 550 people serving more than 28,000 central Florida residents. CJIS mandates advanced authentication, such as biometrics, PKI, smart cards or token-based devices, in addition to typical security methods such as usernames and passwords. DigitalPersona Pro integrates with Active Directory making centralized management easy for...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2010

    Bentley University Case Study

    Bentley University is widely recognized for its leadership in technology integration on campus and in the classroom. Faculty, staff and students at Bentley University required access to various databases, resources and other IT assets both on and off campus. Technology integration is a focus for the university, so an easy-to-use...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    Chili's Restaurant Case Study

    Valenti Management owns 17 Chili's franchise locations with a total of 973 employees across the southeastern U.S. Valenti Management were looking for new, proactive ways to guard against potential threats. Valenti Management saw the need for an integrated Point-Of-Sale (POS) security solution for their new Chili's franchise locations to safeguard...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    High-Acuity Care Case Study

    Picis is a global provider of innovative information solutions that enable rapid and sustained delivery of clinical, financial and operational results in acute care areas of the hospital. In emergency departments, doctors, nurses and staff must access numerous mission-critical applications with different usernames and passwords. When a patient's life is...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    Tar Heel Capital: Restaurant Franchisee Case Study

    Tar Heel Capital is a large Wendy's restaurant franchisee with over 75 locations and more than 2800 employees throughout North and South Carolina. Like many quick service restaurant operators, Tar Heel Capital used swipe cards for manager voids and overrides, but these cards were easily shared and therefore did not...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    The Nord Center Case Study

    The Nord Center operates a 24/7 hotline for rape, suicide, mental health and other crisis situations, answering over 18,000 calls each year. The Nord Center Emergency Stabilization Services (ESSs) hotline staffs have too many passwords to remember and manage securely in a fast-paced, crisis service environment. DigitalPersona Pro Kiosk software...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union: Case Study

    Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union has 23 branches with over 300 employees throughout the State of Minnesota. Affinity Plus needed a solution that would provide their employees with a convenient method for logging into applications, while still securing access to the confidential member data. They evaluated several biometrics solutions and...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Telecommunications Case Study: Telmex

    Telmex is the leading telecommunications company in Mexico and the largest private company in Latin America. The Telmex security group was concerned that tokens were being shared and therefore failed to meet their absolute identity requirement. The costs associated with managing and replacing lost tokens was a burden on the...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Government Case Study: Shanghai Social Security Card

    Over 800 million people access banking, medical care or welfare benefits run by the Chinese government. It is imperative to correctly identify each citizen requesting access to these benefits. Until now, the government issued separate IDentification (ID) cards for bank accounts, medical care and welfare benefits. After evaluating many solutions,...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Honda Federal Credit Union: Case Study

    Honda Federal Credit Union employees access over 30 applications during a shift, making it nearly impossible to remember all of the complex passwords associated to each application. Honda FCU realized that it needs to give employees a way to quickly and reliably access applications without putting confidential member data at...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Financial Case Study: The Bankers Bank

    The Bankers Bank is a correspondent bank servicing community banks. The Bankers Bank knew that frequent password changes were inconvenient and cumbersome for their staff. They were concerned that this practice increased the risk of users writing the password down resulting in access by unauthorized personnel. The bank turned to...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Financial Case Study: California Commerce Bank

    California Commerce Bank (CCB) provides full banking services for companies and individuals that do business in Mexico and the United States. Like many other financial organizations, California Commerce Bank (CCB) relied on passwords and rigid password policies to protect access to their customers' information. CCB has installed more than 200...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Law Firm Case Study

    Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease (Vorys) operates six offices and many of its lawyers are mobile, carrying laptops with sensitive client data. Vorys needed a solution that maintained its strong security policies but was easy and convenient to use. It also had to be cost-effective and reliable. With DigitalPersona Pro...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Sep 2008

    Unimed Case Study

    Millions of Brazilian citizens access healthcare at Unimed's clinical centers, hospitals and doctors' offices. They use a Unimed identification card to obtain care. Unfortunately, patients share their cards with others causing a significant number of fraudulent claims. Unimed needed an easy-to-use solution that would provide "Proof of presence" for the...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Probabilistic Orientation Field Estimation for Fingerprint Enhancement and Verification

    The authors present a novel probabilistic method to estimate the orientation field in fingerprint images. Traditional approach based on the smoothing of local image gradients usually generates unsatisfactory results in poor quality regions of fingerprint images. They show how to improve the orientation field estimation by first constructing a Markov...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    High-Acuity Care Case Study

    Picis is a global provider of innovative information solutions that enable rapid and sustained delivery of clinical, financial and operational results in acute care areas of the hospital. In emergency departments, doctors, nurses and staff must access numerous mission-critical applications with different usernames and passwords. When a patient's life is...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Nov 2010

    Memorial Hospital Case Study

    Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit independent community hospital that serves the acute and primary care needs of more than 40,000 residents of Union County and five surrounding counties. The hospital required a solution that would provide authorized staff with quick, secure access to patient records. The DigitalPersona Pro endpoint protection...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jul 2010

    Jackson Hospital Case Study

    Jackson Hospital is one of the largest not-for-profit community hospitals in Alabama. Jackson Hospital needed a solution that would meet these mandates, while providing a fast and convenient method for physicians and ancillary staff to access their EMR. DigitalPersona Pro provides the IT department with a single control point to...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    Biometrics in Banking: From Unbanked to Lifelong Customer

    The concept of banking the unbanked holds great promise for both financial institutions and unserved customers. Financial institutions get access to large numbers of new customers and the unbanked get access to financial products and services previously not afforded them. The same holds true with the benefits of biometrics. From...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Probabilistic Orientation Field Estimation for Fingerprint Enhancement and Verification

    The authors present a novel probabilistic method to estimate the orientation field in fingerprint images. Traditional approach based on the smoothing of local image gradients usually generates unsatisfactory results in poor quality regions of fingerprint images. They show how to improve the orientation field estimation by first constructing a Markov...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Controlling Access, Authentication and Data on the End Point: A Review of DigitalPersona Pro 5.1 for Enterprises

    With security breaches almost constantly in the news, senior managers are challenging their IT staffs to solve security problems before their organizations end up in the headlines. Security breaches are perpetrated by a wide variety of external and internal sources, including hacktivists, targeted attackers, and profit-motivated cybercriminals, as well as...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    An Integrated and Cost-Effective Solution for Access Control and Data Encryption

    The modern organization finds itself in a precarious situation. Security is necessary, but implementing an effective balance among strength, usability and manageability can be very difficult. Too much security, and end-users will revolt or compromise security solutions, accidentally or intentionally. Too little security and organizations increase the risk that their...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Simplifying Compliance With CJIS Security Policy

    Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy is raising the bar for information security in any public agency whose personnel access criminal and justice records as defined by the U.S. Department of Justice. Regulators are setting new security standards aimed at making sure citizens' information is protected against unauthorized access...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Protecting and Simplifying Access to Electronic Health Records

    Market studies show more than 85% of healthcare organizations experienced data breaches in the past two years, at an average cost of up to $2M each. To avoid such losses, many hospitals, medical practices and other businesses are deploying security solutions that can encrypt data and, at the same time,...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Financial Case Study: The Bankers Bank

    The Bankers Bank is a correspondent bank servicing community banks. The Bankers Bank knew that frequent password changes were inconvenient and cumbersome for their staff. They were concerned that this practice increased the risk of users writing the password down resulting in access by unauthorized personnel. The bank turned to...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Honda Federal Credit Union: Case Study

    Honda Federal Credit Union employees access over 30 applications during a shift, making it nearly impossible to remember all of the complex passwords associated to each application. Honda FCU realized that it needs to give employees a way to quickly and reliably access applications without putting confidential member data at...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2009

    Financial Case Study: California Commerce Bank

    California Commerce Bank (CCB) provides full banking services for companies and individuals that do business in Mexico and the United States. Like many other financial organizations, California Commerce Bank (CCB) relied on passwords and rigid password policies to protect access to their customers' information. CCB has installed more than 200...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union: Case Study

    Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union has 23 branches with over 300 employees throughout the State of Minnesota. Affinity Plus needed a solution that would provide their employees with a convenient method for logging into applications, while still securing access to the confidential member data. They evaluated several biometrics solutions and...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Law Firm Case Study

    Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease (Vorys) operates six offices and many of its lawyers are mobile, carrying laptops with sensitive client data. Vorys needed a solution that maintained its strong security policies but was easy and convenient to use. It also had to be cost-effective and reliable. With DigitalPersona Pro...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Telecommunications Case Study: Telmex

    Telmex is the leading telecommunications company in Mexico and the largest private company in Latin America. The Telmex security group was concerned that tokens were being shared and therefore failed to meet their absolute identity requirement. The costs associated with managing and replacing lost tokens was a burden on the...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jun 2010

    MMG Insurance Case Study

    A premier property and casualty insurer in the Northeast, MMG Insurance serves customers in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. The company turned to DigitalPersona for a cost effective and convenient way to improve network security. MMG also wanted to eliminate a process that required its 160 employees to re-type...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2010

    Bentley University Case Study

    Bentley University is widely recognized for its leadership in technology integration on campus and in the classroom. Faculty, staff and students at Bentley University required access to various databases, resources and other IT assets both on and off campus. Technology integration is a focus for the university, so an easy-to-use...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Government Case Study: Shanghai Social Security Card

    Over 800 million people access banking, medical care or welfare benefits run by the Chinese government. It is imperative to correctly identify each citizen requesting access to these benefits. Until now, the government issued separate IDentification (ID) cards for bank accounts, medical care and welfare benefits. After evaluating many solutions,...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    Tar Heel Capital: Restaurant Franchisee Case Study

    Tar Heel Capital is a large Wendy's restaurant franchisee with over 75 locations and more than 2800 employees throughout North and South Carolina. Like many quick service restaurant operators, Tar Heel Capital used swipe cards for manager voids and overrides, but these cards were easily shared and therefore did not...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    Chili's Restaurant Case Study

    Valenti Management owns 17 Chili's franchise locations with a total of 973 employees across the southeastern U.S. Valenti Management were looking for new, proactive ways to guard against potential threats. Valenti Management saw the need for an integrated Point-Of-Sale (POS) security solution for their new Chili's franchise locations to safeguard...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Mar 2010

    City of Winter Park Case Study

    The City of Winter Park employs 550 people serving more than 28,000 central Florida residents. CJIS mandates advanced authentication, such as biometrics, PKI, smart cards or token-based devices, in addition to typical security methods such as usernames and passwords. DigitalPersona Pro integrates with Active Directory making centralized management easy for...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Sep 2008

    Unimed Case Study

    Millions of Brazilian citizens access healthcare at Unimed's clinical centers, hospitals and doctors' offices. They use a Unimed identification card to obtain care. Unfortunately, patients share their cards with others causing a significant number of fraudulent claims. Unimed needed an easy-to-use solution that would provide "Proof of presence" for the...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    The Nord Center Case Study

    The Nord Center operates a 24/7 hotline for rape, suicide, mental health and other crisis situations, answering over 18,000 calls each year. The Nord Center Emergency Stabilization Services (ESSs) hotline staffs have too many passwords to remember and manage securely in a fast-paced, crisis service environment. DigitalPersona Pro Kiosk software...

    Provided By DigitalPersona

  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    Preserving Profits: Attacking Fraud & Theft at the Point of Sale

    In retail, one of the greatest points of theft vulnerability is at the Point of Sale (POS). This paper reveals current POS employee theft statistics and quantifies the exposure retailer's face when relying on common methods of signing into the POS, such as PINs, passwords, swipe cards and keys. These...

    Provided By DigitalPersona