Codebench Announces Integration with IDenticard's PremiSys Software

Codebench Inc., provider of TWIC / HSPD-12 / FIPS-201 authentication and physical access control middleware, has integrated its PIVCheck Plus software with the PremiSys access control system from IDenticard to offer federal agencies and other government entities a fully compliant HSPD-12 solution.

PIVCheck software currently integrates with more than 23 different physical access control software platforms and is deployed at many federal agencies, ports, petrochemical and military facilities.

“Codebench is committed to providing organizations with the ability to make the most of their existing access control systems,” said Geri B. Castaldo, CEO of Codebench. “Integrating our PIVCheck software suite with PremiSys ensures users of this type of access control platform ongoing compliance with FIPS-201 regulations.”

Codebench’s PIVCheck software suite is an end-to-end card validation, authentication and registration solution for HSPD-12 compliance. Pairing the PIVCheck solution with PremiSys will allow federal government users and other organizations that need to comply with HSPD-12 requirements to easily validate FIPS-201 compliant credentials in real-time and to continue that validation on an ongoing, user-defined schedule. In addition, it will allow entities to easily register PIV, TWIC, CAC or FRAC cards without having to do additional data entry on each cardholder.

“This integration with Codebench will enable us to further pursue new government opportunities,” said Aaron Henderson, IDenticard’s security software product manager. “We recognize there is a strong need to register government issued identification cards and partnering with Codebench enables us to provide the government market with a fully integrated solution.”

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