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A biometric locking system for server racks

19 October 2014

Emka's PCI, SOX, SSAE 16 and HIPPA compliant biometric locking system, BioLock, features novel finger print technology stored and processed in the cabinet handle itself, and offers an audit trail to protect valuable data.

Finger print technology on-the-handle enables the individual and/or combination of individuals permitted to access servers via the cabinet to be determined by a distributed security network based at the cabinet with all ten fingers being recognised and two permitted as 'duress fingers' which still open the cabinet but set off a remote alarm.

There are currently more than 500 BioLock systems installed at high security locations such as US Airforce, US Army, NORAD, Memorial Medical Centre, Syracuse University, and the US Naval Academy.

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