ZeroNines and Sequiam Biometrics to co-develop biometric e-mail system

Published 19 September 2006

Project intended for adoption by e-mail and continuity services

It’s a deal! Castle Rock, Colorado-based ZeroNines Technology today announced a co-development agreement with Orlando, Florida-based Sequiam Biometrics to create a biometrically secure e-mail and data storage portal for This is not their first co-venture — in 2005 they developed server protection systems for the World Olympic Association — but it is probably the most ambitious. MyFailSafe, a provider of secure (and spamless) e-mail products, already relies on ZeroNine’s Authorization Manager Appliance for security and contiuity protection, but adding biometrics to its line of offerings is a way to leap ahead in the e-mail security market. Sequiam’s consumer lifestyle biometrics gives ZeroZine an affordable way to help MyFailSafe do so without having to build from scratch. A win-win-win situation, it seems.

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