Secure PC device reads a fingerprint from below the surface layer of skin
Exercise Olympic Guardian is a major exercise being held over the following week to test security for this summer’s Olympic Games. The tests will take place on land, sea and air between today (May 2) and May 10. Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said: “Support for the Olympic Games will be an important task for defence in 2012 and this exercise is about pushing our people and our systems to the limit to ensure that we are ready for the challenge.”
Security experts Tensor can provide access control equipment specially designed to protect sensitive or dangerous areas of your facility. Biometric fingerprint matching access control scanners for your exterior and interior point entry locations plus individual PC and laptop security devices are available. The T4220 is a ‘plug and play’ biometric fingerprint scanner which ensures that your files remain secure. This device is powered by state-of-the-art biometric technology that uses electromagnetic waves to read the fingerprint from below the skin’s surface layer.