BAY HARBOR, FL--(Marketwire - Jan 18, 2013) - SmartMetric, Inc. (
SmartMetric she said, has spent the last ten years developing an answer to this question. Having concluded that a person's fingerprint is a lot safer than a password and something that a person has with them all the time, the company has set about to create what is now the World's smallest fingerprint reader used for authentication and identity validation. Small enough and the only reader in the World able to fit inside even credit cards, the company is preparing to make this technology available globally for Banking, Credit Cards, On-Line Transactions and Website logon. The company is excited, It's President said this morning, that it had the foresight years ago to embark on its adventurous investment of time, talent and resources to develop a useable real-world replacement to the "password." SmartMetric's miniature fingerprint reading technology is one of kind in the World and is truly the only practical solution to the password problem.
About SmartMetric, Inc.
SmartMetric, Inc. has developed a portable biometric identity and transaction card capable of storing a wide variety of personal information while protecting you against identity theft and fraud. It is one of the most advanced portable identity authentication solutions in the world today. The card contains a biometric fingerprint scanner and reader which only you can unlock and is smaller and thinner than a credit card. The SmartMetric card is ideal for a wide range of consumers, including Personal, Government and Corporate.
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