First National Bank turns to Saflink fingerprint scanning to authenticate network users
22 January 2004 | 6200 views | 0
First National Bank Group of Texas is to authenticate the identity of 500 bank employees using biometric fingerprint scanning technology from Saflink.
The bank says the implementation will lower costs associated with password management while enhancing system security and user convenience.
Josh Silva, network security officer with First National Bank, says of the package: "Thanks to its minimum training requirements and ease of enrollment, we plan to have all of our employees using the solution immediately - and are already considering future deployments at new bank branches."
At First National, the SAFsolution package includes v-GO Single Sign-On from Passlogix, for secure single sign-on to the bank's numerous network applications.