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Voice recognition technology used to track terrorists

Text of Porticus interview on NECN.com, October 7, 201 0 / NECN: Peter Howe, Wellesley, Mass., (videographer Aaron Strader)) Wellesley, MA –It’s technology that can now do everything from tracking terrorists to keeping your smartphone from being stolen or hacked: Voice-recognition technology. As European Union leaders came out Thursday saying they agree with U.S. warnings […]

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Euro terror alert spotlights voiceprint technology

By RAPHAEL G. SATTER, Associated Press Writer October 4, 2010 LONDON – Did their voices betray them? The discovery of an alleged terror plot against Europe owes at least some of its success to “voiceprint” technology that allows law enforcement to electronically match a voice to its owner. The technique — which some compare to […]

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Porticus Technology, Inc. and Aftek Announce VoiceKeyID™ for Android Platform, Mobile Security Application for Google Android Appstore

WELLESLEY, Mass. — Porticus Technology, Inc. and Aftek have ported the Porticus patented voice biometric authentication system, VoiceKeyID, to the Android Platform.  The SDK/API is available as a multi-factor security solution for Android device makers, carriers, enterprises and mobile application providers.  According to Germano Di Mambro, Founder and  CEO of Porticus Technology, “Replacing an insecure […]

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Porticus featured on cover of Homeland Security Newswire

Relative to other biometric technologies, the pace of adoption of voice biometrics has been rather slow; this may now change owing to an innovative solution from a Massachusetts-based company; Porticus offers a voice biometric authentication application which is not only robust and inexpensive, but which is uniquely suitable to an economy – and society – […]

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Porticus Technology, Inc. Announces VoiceKeyID™

WELLESLEY, Mass. — Porticus Technology, Inc., announces the release of VoiceKeyID™, a voice authentication module and API for securing wireless applications and devices with advanced 4-factor security. “Our technology is optimized for mobile where a voice modality makes most sense” states Germano Di Mambro, CEO and founder of Porticus.  Board member George McClelland adds “Industry […]

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Porticus Technology, Inc. Issued First US Patent

Additional Patents Pending for Wireless Security Provider WELLESLEY, Mass. — Porticus Technology, Inc., which is driving the adoption of voice biometric authentication for secure and trusted remote communication, today announced the issuance of its first patent related to it core biometric algorithm, VoiceKeyID™.  “With an issued patent, others pending and new applications being filed Porticus […]

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Porticus Technology, Inc. Appoints New Board Member

Wireless Industry Veteran for Mobile Security Provider WELLESLEY , MASS. — Porticus Technology, Inc., voted to elect David W. Kress, an MIT educated wireless industry veteran currently with Analog Devices, Inc.  “David is a welcome complement to the Board.  We value David’s unique perspective and experience in navigating global markets” states Germano Di Mambro, CEO. […]

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Smartphones Need Smart Security Practices

Article by Mary Brandel – Computerworld As vice president of IT at Windsor Foods in Houston, Stephan Henze has to stay one step ahead of the latest IT trends. That’s why he’s spending a lot of time thinking about securing and deploying smartphones enterprisewide. The company had only a few-dozen smartphones just a short time […]

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Speech Technology Magazine features Porticus – Voice: The New Fingerprint?

Prevailing security methods used to protect against identity theft are losing ground to fraudsters. In fact, the total cost of identity fraud in the United States in 2006 reached $56.6 billion, up 6.4percent from $53.2 billion three years earlier, according to the 2006 Identity Fraud Survey Report from Javelin Strategy and the Better Business Bureau. […]

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