SOURCE: Liska Biometry, Inc.

August 24, 2006 12:16 ET

Liska's Subsidiary, DCS Europe, Wins a Major German Pharmaceutical Company's Advanced Smart Card Project for 50,000 Employees

DOVER, NH -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 24, 2006 -- DCS Europe, a subsidiary of Liska Biometry, Inc. (OTCBB: LSKA), is pleased to announce that their intellectual capital was leveraged to design and produce a secure, robust, durable and multi-application polycarbonate composite smart card to be issued to 50,000 employees.

DCS Europe utilized the high security RF LEGIC chip technology to design a multi-application architecture allowing Bayer employees to utilize one card for their access control, time and attendance, vending and cafeteria needs. The technology, and the relationship that Bayer developed with DCS Europe, granted Bayer's IT and security departments the opportunity to fully control all aspects of the card, its use, its internal organization, its data structure, and its security features. Christopher LeClerc, President of Liska Biometry, stated that, "this program proves that large corporations can take advantage of the resources and services of our company to introduce the wide array of benefits that smart cards offer."

DCS Europe provides RF and contact card expertise on an International basis through their corporate office in Germany. Their expertise helps large corporations and governments to understand and utilize the most cost effective smart chip technology, data organization, structure, public key infrastructure, work flow management and system design for their organizations' demands. Organizations like Bayer, BASF and Switzerland's nuclear facilities, rely on DCS to provide the necessary technology to meet the applications and security requirements in their smart card programs.

About Digital Card Systems, Inc.

Digital Card Systems Inc. ("DCS") and Liska Biometry have merged, in a stock exchange transaction dated June 1, 2006, to create an integrated security ID technology company serving the rapidly expanding global security ID marketplace, with offices in the US, Europe, Africa and South America. DCS has developed security ID solutions for government credentials including passports, driver's licenses, voter cards, national IDs, military and police IDs, and commercial IDs for hospitals, private industry, schools and airports. DCS has sophisticated .net software positioned as "middleware," which integrates digital imaging, biometrics, smart chips, and related capture and output hardware to offer full security ID solutions that comply with the latest ISO and ICAO standards. DCS develops programs that optimize both fingerprint and facial algorithms by applying search engine technology to sort for higher performance and at a lower cost than any ID solution currently on the market.

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