Toronto, Canada – Invixium, an innovator of modern biometrics technology solutions, made its North American debut at ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas and unveiled an impressive lineup of modern biometric products including its newest – IXM TITAN, featuring an impressive suite of features and technical specifications. TITAN offers customers a multitude of options for access control applications in need of multimodal biometrics (facial recognition as a primary and fingerprint or finger vein authentication as a secondary), with additional functionality for time and attendance, video intercom and video surveillance.
Visitors from the security industry including experts, consultants, installers and media were impressed by the company’s design and attention-to-detail as exhibited by the inviting nature of the booth, product displays, brochures and attractive packaging.
“We had a fantastic ISC West!”, said Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and President of Invixium. “From security consultants, end users to integrators, we received numerous compliments and positive reactions to our products and solutions. It only reinforces our vision of creating biometric solutions that are beautiful, but also rugged enough to be installed in any environment.”
At ISC West 2018, Kapadia was one of the esteemed security leaders to participate in a panel discussion of industry experts to address cybersecurity. Kapadia joined expert panelists from leading manufacturers Galaxy Control Systems, Pelco by Schneider Electric, Boon Edam, SureView Systems, Manything, and Viakoo to discuss how cybersecurity is not restricted to the IT department – it threatens and affects every connected device in every department. The panelists shared their views regarding connectivity in the security industry, and how as it expands, risks will increase. In this environment, surveillance and physical security systems will continue to play a critical role in keeping organizations, staff and visitors safe. They communicated to the audience how it is vital to understand what the cybersecurity threats are to physical security systems, how protections from cyber-attacks can be implemented and how security professionals must plan for incident recovery and ongoing protection.
“Invixium will continue to develop advanced biometric applications and help educate the market on the many benefits of multimodal authentication technologies,” continued Kapadia. “We are on a mission to become the market leader in the biometric physical access control market, one project at a time and will continue our impressive growth trajectory.”
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