Fujitsu has announced the extension of its biometric security solutions portfolio, including its Biometrics-as-a-Service offering, to Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
The Fujitsu PalmSecure family of products, its SAMURAI platform, and RoboSOC (SOC in a box) solution, along with consulting, systems integration, Security Operations Centers (SOC) and other managed security services are now available throughout the Americas.
Fujitsu America Head of Security for the Americas, Jason Bradlee, said biometric security solutions are attracting interest from every kind of organization following recent high-profile breaches.
“As organizations heavily rely on cloud adoptions, IoT, and big data analytics as enablers for digital transformations, it is increasingly important for them to take additional steps to secure their infrastructure and data assets by using multi-factor multi-modal access control mechanisms including biometric authentication,” says Satya Nanda, Vice President of Security Portfolio & Professional Services, Fujitsu America, Inc. “This geographical extension of the portfolio will enable our customers across additional regions to accelerate their digital transformation journeys.”
Fujitsu customers in Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean are now able to deploy biometric authentication as a service with multiple public, private and hybrid cloud hosting options, including Fujitsu’s Cloud Service K5.
As previously reported, Fujitsu formed a partnership with Sensory in November to help financial institutions and other businesses leverage face biometrics for their mobile apps.