Triad's Exception Mode Patent Is Issued By The USPTO - 6th November, 2009
Boca Raton, FL, Triad biometrics LLC, developers of TEAMS® , the Triad Enterprise Authentication and Migration System, has been awarded U. S. Patent 7,613,929 for its Method and System for Biometric Identification and Authentication having an Exception Mode. This marks a major advancement in the biometric authentication market as it affords users the benefit of a strong irrefutable credential in the event of a malfunctioning or unavailable biometric capture device. The use of this technology will allow users to depend even more on existing biometric systems once this technology is appended, and it will also provide assurance that the integrity of the biometric authentication system should biometric capture devices be unavailable or malfunctioning. Mark Cohen, one of the co-inventors of this technology, observed that this vital feature was missing, yet desirable in virtually all commercial biometric authentication systems. Cohen said “Not having an exception facility has, to some degree, hampered adoption of many biometric value propositions as a result. Our goal was to create a true alternative that was equally secure, yet convenient. We are pleased to also be in a position to license this feature to other biometric companies to assist them in making their products better, which will benefit the commercial biometrics industry across the board.” Triad Biometrics is the developer of TEAMS®, a groundbreaking enterprise level finger print biometric network application security authentication product that is setting a new paradigm for security, interoperability, and accountability. TEAMS® is designed to eliminates passwords at the application level and enables users to access web based applications conveniently and securely with unmatched protection of their identity, data, and privacy. For more information, visit www.triadbiometrics.com. For additional information, contact: Scott Coby, CEO, for commercial matters at email@example.com or Mark Cohen for technical matters at firstname.lastname@example.org We have a wide variety of iris recognition scanner, at findBIOMETRICS.com.