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12/29/2011 NEW EXPEDITED ACCESS TO THE AIRPORT SECURITY CHECKPOINT LAUNCHES AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATION AIRPORT The Jacksonville Aviation Authority, in conjunction with Priva Technologies, announced today it will launch Flex, a new customer service for expedited access to airport security checkpoints, at Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) on Friday, December 30, 2011.
11/05/08 NEW MICROCHIP PROVIDES STRONGEST PROTECTION FOR DATA IN PORTABLE DEVICES, SAYS PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES NEW MICROCHIP PROVIDES STRONGEST PROTECTION FOR DATA IN PORTABLE DEVICES, SAYS PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES
11/03/08 ACCESS CONTROL GOES ‘BEYOND BIOMETRICS,’ SAYS PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES An airport security program under way at BWI Thurgood Marshall International Airport here “has put a new emphasis on the need for greater use in airports of stronger identity verification technology,” according to Paul Onorato, president of the Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations [CAPA]. Onorato made his remarks at a recent Airports Council International-North America panel discussion on airport security.
09/17/08 PRIVA DEPLOYS ITS CLEARED® SECURITY PLATFORM AT BALTIMORE’S BWI THURGOOD MARSHALL AIRPORT Priva Technologies, Inc. Chairman Jeff Minushkin announced today that the company has deployed its Cleared® Security Platform at Baltimore’s BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport in a government-approved biometric airport access control security program.
09/15/08 FORMER AIRPORTS COUNCIL INT’L SECURITY CHIEF, CHARLES CHAMBERS, JOINS PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES Charles R. Chambers, Jr., formerly Senior Vice President, Security and Economic Affairs, Airports Council International-North America, has joined Priva Technologies, Inc. as Executive Vice President.
08/20/08 CLEAR IS NOT CLEARED® SAYS PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES IN WAKE OF SECURITY BREACH “The Transportation Security Administration has allowed Verified Identity Pass (VIP) to resume enrolling travelers in its Clear ‘fast pass’ program, but the fallout from the security breach that caused the TSA to suspend the VIP program in the first place has significantly harmed the credibility of the fledgling registered traveler industry,” according to Jeff Minushkin, chairman and CEO of Priva Technologies, Inc. Minushkin says the incident has had a particularly negative impact on Priva’s Cleared® secure access control technology brand because of confusion caused by VIP in using a brand so close to that of Priva.
07/25/08 FUTURE OF REGISTERED TRAVELER PROGRAMS IN DOUBT, ACCORDING TO RT PROVIDER, PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES The future of Registered Traveler Programs, as they exist today, has been put in doubt by the announcement that the Transportation Security Administration [TSA] will no longer provide RT security threat assessments, according to Jeff Minushkin, chairman of Priva Technologies, Inc., which itself is an approved RT service provider.
07/16/08 PRIVA'S CLEARED SECURITY PLATFORM ACHIEVES SAFETY ACT DESIGNATION FROM DHS Priva Technologies, Inc. develops and markets advanced authentication technologies and transaction processing solutions for a variety of government, enterprise and consumer markets.The Department of Homeland Security [DHS] has designated the Cleared Security Platform from Priva Technologies, Inc., Chicago, Ill., developer of hardware and software-based authentication security platforms, as a Developmental Testing and Evaluation [DT&E] technology under the SAFETY Act of 2002.
Priva Technologies, Inc. today unveiled a powerful highly scalable solution allowing marketers and retailers “for the first time” to reach an unlimited number of individual shoppers with personalized messages and electronic incentives via the Internet, at in-store kiosks, over their cell phones as well as through direct mail and cash register receipts.
PRIVA TECHNOLOGIES AUTHORS ARTICLE TITLED INFORMATION SHARING IS CRITICAL TO SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY GOVERNMENT SECURITY NEWS (GSN) JULY 2006 ISSUE Potential terrorist threats to the supply chain have created the possibility of bringing both U.S. and international economies to a grinding halt.