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Biometrics Security: Primed to Dominate the Marketplace

April 10, 2012

Torcan Security, leaders in the global distribution of Biometrics security solutions announces the launch of its new website at http://www.fingerprintsecuritysolutions.com. With an enhanced online presence, Torcan aims to make Biometrics technology accessible and affordable for consumers everywhere — the Yale lock of the 21st century.

Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) April 09, 2012

Torcan Security, leaders in the global distribution of Biometrics security solutions announces the launch of its new website at http://www.fingerprintsecuritysolutions.com. With an enhanced online presence, Torcan aims to make Biometrics technology accessible and affordable for consumers everywhere — the Yale lock of the 21st century.

Biometrics technology enables authorized users to verify their identity through their own unique physiological markers, including fingerprints, body temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and subcutaneous capillary patterns. Unlike passwords, these can never be stolen or replicated. They can´t be lost and require no resetting. Once a consumer equips himself with Biometrics technology, he guarantees his access forever simply by wearing his own skin.

The uses for Biometrics are multiplying constantly, but Biometrics-based security systems already protect two items as central to the lives of their owners as they are attractive to thieves: computers and cars. Automotive security is Torcan´s fastest-growing sector. For a flagship product, Torcan offers the Biometrics Fingerprint Car Starter/Alarm System, available through http://www.fingerprintsecuritysolutions.com. Whenever the system fails to recognize a would-be driver, it denies him the ability to start the car. More than that, it sounds the alarm. Thanks to Biometrics technology, a nearly instant ID check through a nearly invisible device can spare auto owners incalculable stress and anguish.

Because of its effectiveness, Biometrics technology makes insurance providers sleep a little easier. Providers, in turn, pass their confidence along to their policy holders. Buying a car with a Biometrics security device can translate to lower insurance premiums. Car dealers across North America are catching on just as quickly, protecting their cars with Biometrics before rolling them onto the lot.

Torcan Security officials are convinced the Biometrics trend has barely begun. Before too long, they predict, their products will soon become the defaults for auto security — “as recognizable to consumers as MS Word or Windows,” according to Torcan marketing director Robert Stahl.

Market analyst Rachel Bernstein is amazed at the spread of Biometrics technology. “I won´t say Biometrics will put alphabetical or numerical passwords completely out of business,” she said. “But life´s soon going to get mighty hard for people without fingerprints.”

Officials at http://www.fingerprintsecuritysolutions.com have seen orders — mainly from auto dealerships — increase “dramatically” over the past fiscal year. “We expect to see nothing but solid growth through 2015,” said Torcan Security CEO Allan Aron. “Loss prevention´s an industry that thrives in boom and bust alike. You might say, with Biometrics, we´ve got the future of auto and data security right at our fingertips.”

Media contact: Allan Aron

pr(at)fingerprintsecuritysolutions(dot)com

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