SOURCE: Liska Biometry, Inc.

October 12, 2006 14:55 ET

Liska Biometry, Inc. Successfully Demonstrates Updated Biometric Identifier Number [BIN™] Technology at ASIS 2006

Milestone Passed as Acquisitions and Product Solutions Boost Business

DOVER, NH -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 12, 2006 -- Liska Biometry (OTCBB: LSKA), a leading provider of biometric identification solutions, today announced that it successfully demonstrated an updated version of its Biometric Identifier Number [BIN™] technology at the recent ASIS 2006 conference in San Diego. In the demonstration, Liska successfully matched two live fingerprint scans against two BIN numbers stored in a small standard PD417 Barcode.

Charles Benz, Chairman and CEO of Liska, said, "This demonstration, in front of one of the largest security audiences in the world, proved that our BIN technology is the ideal solution for a standard FIPS201 credential or ICAO compliant passport. The BIN data packet is at least 5X-10X smaller than the size of traditional template data packets used in chip technology. That means that a standard PD417 Barcode can be used to store the biometrics instead of much more expensive chip-based solutions."

He added, "Moreover, the ability of our BIN technology to store high quality biometric information in such a document can be used in conjunction with chips at virtually no additional cost. Our approach is a very private and secure means of providing a biometric failsafe for identity authentication should the chip technology in the card or passport fail."

He said, "Most biometric security solutions use template mapping or similar approaches which can be reverse engineered if someone wants to do it badly enough. The BIN technology is a 58-72 byte alphanumeric number that uniquely represents the fingerprint. The mathematical approach used does not allow the BIN to be reverse engineered."

Recently, Liska unveiled a fully integrated mobile identification solution including use of the Biometric Identifier Number (BIN), its proprietary biometric system. The Company intends to roll out the system in existing and new contracts to further enhance clients' security. The demonstration at ASIS was a key part of that roll out.

Benz added, "We have previously stated that Liska has won a contract to produce the driver's licenses in Barbados through our partner C.L. Gibbs and Co., LTD., and the BIN technology should prove to be a vital component in that project."

Benz concluded, "At this time, I can reiterate that Liska expects third quarter revenues in excess of $2.5 million, up from zero in the same period of 2005 and from $751,000 in the preceding quarter of 2006. Our successful strategic acquisitions and strong market acceptance for our products are behind that good news."


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