AMAG, Codebench and Datastrip develop authentication application

Companies partner to provide HSPD 12 compliant solutions


"As a result of this partnership, users of AMAG’s Symmetry Management System will enhance the return on their investment while becoming compliant with FIPS 201 and TWIC regulations," said Neil Fallon, Director of Commercial Sales for Datastrip. "Registering, challenging or providing physical access portals for a vastly dispersed cardholder population can be accomplished virtually anywhere using the biometric mobile terminals installed with PIVCheck software."

PIVCheck runs on the DSV2+Turbo as well as desktop work stations. The desktop version utilizes a fingerprint scanner and smartcard reader.

This application is suited for a variety of programs utilizing identity documents based on FIPS 201 such as PIV, TWIC, NG CAC, FRAC, ACIS and more.

For more information about AMAG Technology’s Symmetry Product Portfolio, visit www.amag.com. For more information about Codebench’s PIVCheck product suite, visit www.pivcheck.com or www.codebench.com. For more information about Datastrip’s DSVII+ Turbo handheld reader, visit www.datastrip.com.