The news came as the company announced its second OEM deal for the laptop version of the application.
Matthew Bogart, director of corporate communications for the Toronto company, said in an interview that the new client-server application will give allow system administrators to merge an individual’s access permissions to buildings with access to IT networks and devices.
Like all of the company’s software, it will be sold both direct and through its technology partners, who can private-label the applications.
Bogart released the news last month as the company announced that AsusTek Computer Inc. is licensing Bioscrypt’s VeriSoft access management application for its biometric-enabled laptops.
To be called AsusTek Security Protect Manager, it will allow users to secure laptops with single sign-on through a fingerprint as well as to encrypt data.
Hewlett-Packard has also licensed the software for its fingerprint-enabled notebooks.
Mike Bamvakaris, Bioscrypt’s vice-president of OEM software sales, expects that one million AsusTek laptops with the software will come off its assembly lines in the next 11 months.
Originally a developer of algorithms for fingerprint matching which branched into designing fingerprint readers around third party equipment, Bioscrypt got into the access management software through its 2005 acquisition of California-based Cognizance.