idSoftware Identification Management Systems
If you are looking for state-of-the-industry products and services for FBI, DHS or TSA-compliant identification management systems, you’ve come to the right place. With main offices located in Greenville, South Carolina, idSoftware’s vision is to provide the latest applications for positive identification in critical environments. Our goal is to deliver the latest technology solutions that will complement your workflow and workforce, as well as provide the highest level of personalized service that you can expect and appreciate.
As a leading developer in rapid identification, idSoftware delivers a unique portfolio of connected functionality with a focus on excellence and innovation. Currently, we serve a wide range of state and local governments, law enforcement, criminal justice, maritime facilities and high security environments delivering tailored solutions for identification management systems. Whatever your demands, idSoftware makes sure you always know the WHO, WHEN and WHERE of all digital identities.
Biometric technology has improved dramatically in the last few years, and idSoftware’s biometric applications are interoperable, allowing for easy integration into your existing infrastructures. Our innovative solutions are rapid, reliable and ready to install when you need them. Each individual application offers standalone performance, and when combined, they are unprecedented within the industry. Our technology provides the most advanced, accurate, integrated rapid identification management systems available today.
Identity management is a challenging administrative task. If you are responsible for controlling access by confirming user rights and enforcing restrictions through positive identification, idSoftware has the latest products and services to make entry and exit run more efficiently. With the growing threats to every infrastructure across the United States, identification management systems must be constantly upgraded to ensure the highest levels of security. At the most basic level, our systems keep you accurately informed as to the who, where and when of all digital identities.
The first rule of responsible identification management is to provide the physical and digital resources needed to accomplish each task in the most cost-effective and time-efficient manner. At idSoftware, our systems, products, applications and platforms are installed and implemented to meet your specific needs for FBI, DHS and TSA compliance. Biometrics also has been incredibly useful to law enforcement and intelligence communities, including the FBI. Our products increase security and productivity, while controlling cost by decreasing repetitive tasks across numerous boundaries. With the latest advancements in technology, the quality and range of all agencies' identity management and investigative capabilities continue to grow.
With the Department of Homeland Security having recently enacted stricter port security regulations, all incoming port personnel must scan identification cards through an electronic reader. After a three-month process, DHS approved idSoftware's multiple testing labs and placed the company on its Qualified Technology List (TCL) of approved companies who develop port security technology. Our SecureGate Ports technology uses the latest biometrics to authorize a person's identity before entry and our VisCheck Ports track all the people in a facility whether they entered using a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (or TWIC card) or not.
Until the recent port security changes were implemented in August 2016, security officials would give a TWIC card a cursory glance to check the card's holograms, expiration date and photo ID. To further slow the process of moving people through the gate, guards were challenged with manually checking to ensure a card was not on the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) canceled card list. This was cumbersome and time consuming as all people entering port facilities by foot, road or sea are required to present a current TWIC card at their point of entry.
idSoftware's comprehensive identification management systems allow a TWIC card to be tapped onto a reader and electronic authorization is immediately obtained before the person is granted port entry. Additionally, all vehicle operators must scan their thumbprint or fingerprint. The scan is then matched using fingerprint verification software that accesses thumbprints stored on multiple databases. Our SecureGate biometric identification system can be used both on and off line. As of August 2018, current regulations will become more stringent requiring fingerprint identification at the lowest levels.
Maintaining tight port security is a major task considering the monumental volume of trade that utilizes our nation's marine transportation system that encompasses more than 25,000 miles of navigable waterways, including the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway, and more than 5,000 terminals and designated multi-modal connections.Learn More
CFATS Regulated Solutions
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security enacted the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) to establish new standards for CFATS Regulated Solutions that impact chemical manufacturing, storage and distribution, energy and utilities, agriculture and food, paints and coatings, explosives, mining; electronics, plastics, and healthcare.Learn More
Need an identification system that can seamlessly integrate visitor management with TWIC card verification? The extra security features of VisCheck Ports are highly scalable and provide a fast, cost-effective and easy to use end-to-end visitor and employee system with visitor escort assignments, automated vehicle inspections and tracking.Learn More
Whether the crime involves a misdemeanor or felony, law enforcement agencies in the United States must capture and monitor images and fingerprints of all persons charged with a crime. Our identification systems help law enforcement with criminal identification for entry and exit, work release programs and visitor management to high security facilities.Learn More
MTSA Regulated Identification
Pursuant to the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA), the Coast Guard and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have promulgated regulations that require mariners and others to have a TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credentials) scanned and verified prior to gaining unescorted access to a secure port area.Learn More