Veridt products and solutions offer the most versatile hardware choices, the broadest array of communications options, the most complete set of functionality to enable access control solutions, for Government and Industry, and in Mission Critical Environments, from traditional PACS to trusted PACS, for FICAM and ICAM, Public and Private.
Veridt technology is a critical part of creating this multi-tiered approach to today’s and tomorrow’s mandated, mission critical security solutions.
All of the design, development & manufacture occur in Middleton, WI. Our suppliers are primarily located in Wisconsin. Veridt products are made in the USA.
Veridt is known for its innovation, response to market needs, and breadth of application.
Evolution of High Assurance Security:
A Veridt Prospective
1999: Veridt Operational
Company develops reader devices combining biometrics with 2D barcodes, memory cards, etc. Early work in CAC with DMDC (DOD) and customers in early adoption of technology (e.g., DeBeers seeking small, ruggedized Biometric devices)
2001: Pre-911 Security Limited (“flash-pass” & simple electronic ID cards)
Post 911, Department of Homeland Security Created.
2004: Florida Uniform Port Access Credential (FUPAC) mandated by State
Biometric based credential for seaports.
Veridt participates at Port Canaveral; program will be assimilated into TWIC
2004: HSPD-12 issued by President George W. Bush. Mandates agency-wide secure ID card
(PIV) for logical and physical access
2006: FIPS 201-1 issued. PIV card data model defined
Veridt deploys at Port of Houston; MultiMode Product introduced (Bio & Non-Bio)
2007: TWIC initiative by TSA & Coast Guard regulated under MTSA
Veridt develops MobileGate (wireless biometric) product for O’Hare International Airport
2008: SP800-116 issued. Guidelines for Trusted PACS
The “cornerstone” of state-of-the-art High Assurance Security (“Trusted PACS”)
2009: TWIC compliance deadline for seaports. TWIC operational at the ports
Veridt completes compliance upgrade at the Port of Houston Ship Channel
2010: First Demonstration of SP800-116
GSA sponsored pilot with Veridt, Corestreet & Certipath
2011: FIPS 201-2 Issued. Release 2 of FIPS 201
OMB M-11-11. Deadline to file implementation plans for high assurance solution (FICAM)
2012: First high assurance solution with Trusted PACS certified designation from Certipath:
Tyco Security Products: (Software House PACS, Codebench PIVCheck, Veridt readers)
Only system in full compliance. Only Biometric Reader approved
2013: GSA announces formalized program for Trusted PACS named FICAM (Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management)
All agencies mandated to purchase only certified solutions
Veridt launches next generation product – Stealth Series
2014: GSA FIPS 2001-2 APL FICAM testing on-going
Veridt Products approved with multiple PACS partners
Only Biometric Reader approved
Agencies deploying Veridt enabled solutions
2015: NIST SP800-73-4 under review (next generation PIV credential)