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July 9, 2005 Show:   Topic: Biometric Security  Guest: Zavi Cohen
Founded in 1999, Zvetco Biometrics is a manufacturer of best-in-class identity authentication hardware that uses innovative fingerprint sensing technology to safeguard data access.

President and CEO Zavi Cohen discussses the Verifi line of biometric products and what you should look for before you buy. Zvetco Biometrics' Verifi line of biometric products incorporates precision fingerprint-sensing technology into ergonomic computer peripherals that deliver unparalleled performance, reliability and convenience. Zvetco's cost-effective network security tools prevent identity theft, increase accountability an eliminate the cost and inconvenience of password-based access.
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