Denver International Airport Validating BSI2000 Homeland Security System

Thursday 10 June 2004 11:38 CET | News

Operations Division/Airport Security at Denver International Airport (DIA) is successfully using BSI2000s new Verus 2000 Green Card authentication system during on-site field trials.BSI2000 has developed the system to inexpensively and reliably solve the problem of fake and counterfeit Green Cards used as primary identification by employees at secure facilities. Security sources indicate that such fraudulent Green Cards are in use across the nation and represent a significant security hole for the defenses of this country. On June 4, BSI2000 filed a multi-claim patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to protect the proprietary methods and technology used by the Verus 2000 system to securely detect and identify counterfeit Green Cards.

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