Avi Naor invests in FST, joins board
Jul 6, 2016 | Security Systems News
FST Biometrics announced that FST board member Avi Naor made an investment in FST Biometrics and has been appointed chairman of the board. Naor, a high tech entrepreneur, previously served as CEO and president of software provider Amdocs and was part of the Alpha Group. Eti and Avi Naor are social entrepreneurs and Israeli philanthropists.
Amdocs founder named chairman of biometrics start-up
Jul 6, 2016 | Associated Press
FST Biometrics names Avi Naor, former founder of Amdocs, as its new chairman of the board. Naor also made a $3.1 million investment in the company. FST makes biometric identification products that allow authorized personnel to move about restricted areas such as offices, airports or hospitals without the need for fingerprint scanners or security cards. It was founded by Aharon Zeevi Farkash, a former head of Israeli military intelligence.
Channel 2 News
May 14, 2016 | Channel 2 News
Following recent acts of terror throughout Europe, many countries around the world are seeking out Israeli technologies in order to improve and streamline their security. FST’s biometric technology is one of several Israeli technologies featured as possible solutions to the security breaches that have occurred in the past and could aid European airports and border control in preventing further attacks.
JCC Association Highlights FST Biometrics Solution
May 12, 2016 | Find Biometrics
The JCC Association of North America has designated FST Biometrics a preferred identity management vendor. The assessment is based on FST’s In Motion Identification platform, which offers multimodal biometric identification based on facial and body motion pattern recognition. The JCC Association’s recognition of FST Biometrics add weight to the growing trend toward gait biometrics, a key component of IMID.
FST Biometrics Selected as Preferred Security Vendor for North America Based Jewish Community Centers
May 11, 2016 | Jewish Business News
FST Biometrics has been named a preferred vendor by the JCC Association of North America. Its identity management and secure access solution are now available to JCCs to provide security and convenience to users, while also helping JCCs run efficiently.
5 ways biometrics can improve your life
Apr 20, 2016
Biometrics are advancing and improving our lives in ways we couldn’t have previously imagined. This article discusses five unexpected ways that biometrics can improve our everyday lives beyond the realm of security. Biometrics-based identification can be used to help businesses improve service, increase customer satisfaction, and reduce wait times in venues including restaurants, airports, and in the workplace.