Secure Channels and GoVerifyID® Safeguard Invaluable Media Content
IRVINE, Calif. and SAN DIEGO, Dec. 05, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ImageWare® Systems, Inc. (ImageWare or IWSY) (OTCQB:IWSY), a leader in mobile and cloud-based, multi-modal biometric identity management solutions, and Secure Channels, Inc. (SCI), provider of innovative security solutions designed to complement existing security investments, are enhancing the world’s first Entertainment Security Operations Center with multi-factor biometric authentication.
Secure Channels’ ESOC is the world’s first members only, closed end, centralized ecosystem for secure management of the entertainment industry’s chain-of-custody, content and intellectual property. Thus, providing member clients with an automated architecture and now coupled with ImageWare’s GoVerifyID biometric identity management solution, yields a seamless, secure method for authorizing, accessing and administering valuable entertainment-related, work-in-process content.
Within ESOC’s exclusive membership model, every company or person that will access sensitive content must become a member of ESOC through a biometric identification process; they can then handle content only within the secure environment. It is the ideal security solution for this industry because the implementation is designed to protect data, files and emails. It also requires authorized access through exclusive membership via a centralized SOC housed in a Tier 3 data center, and is purpose-built for the entertainment industry.
ImageWare’s Chairman and CEO Jim Miller commented; “ImageWare’s GoVerifyID provides state-of-the-art security for the entertainment industry which can mitigate devastating breaches like those that occurred with Sony and HBO. Password compromise represents over 80 percent of the data breaches that occur and biometrics is the only true way to authenticate users. ImageWare’s GoVerifyID, when combined with Secure Channels ESOC, enables the platform to be the most secure in the world.”
“We choose ImageWare’s GoVerifyID to add the ultimate in security and ease-of-use for accessing our industry’s first ESOC hub. We are delighted to provide GoVerifyID to TV and movie producers, entertainment firms, studios, networks, production companies, post production houses, and other participants in the entertainment industry,” says Richard Blech, CEO of Secure Channels Inc. “The integration of GoVerifyID with Secure Channels’ patented cryptographic solutions protects the entertainment industry’s intellectual property with custom designed end-to-end security including biometric authentication to shield against theft.”
About Secure Channels Inc.
Secure Channels Inc. offers innovative, agile security solutions designed to seamlessly integrate with organizations’ existing solutions. Agnostic by nature, solutions customize to user environments without compromising protection. Our mission is to help organizations make the most of their active security tools used for authentication and data protection, while providing a cost and performance effective solution to address the ever-increasing security challenges organizations face today. For more information, visit www.securechannels.com
About ImageWare Systems, Inc.
ImageWare Systems, Inc. is a leading developer of mobile and cloud-based identity management solutions, providing patented biometric authentication solutions for the enterprise. The company delivers next-generation biometrics as an interactive and scalable cloud-based solution. ImageWare brings together cloud and mobile technology to offer multi-factor authentication for smartphone users, for the enterprise, and across industries.
ImageWare’s products support multi-modal biometric authentication including, but not limited to, face, voice, fingerprint, iris, palm, and more. All the biometrics can be combined with or used as replacements for authentication and access control tools, including tokens, digital certificates, passwords, and PINS, to provide the ultimate level of assurance, accountability, and ease of use for corporate networks, web applications, mobile devices, and PC desktop environments.
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