Integrated Biometrics Adds Biometric Leader to Board of Directors

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Integrated Biometrics, a leading provider of fingerprint identity solutions, welcomed the Honorable James W. Ziglar to its Board of Directors on April 20th.

Integrated Biometrics, a leading provider of fingerprint identity solutions, welcomed the Honorable James W. Ziglar to its Board of Directors on April 20th.

The former President and CEO of Cross Match Technologies Inc., Mr. Ziglar’s direction and leadership at the company was instrumental in advancing its global presence through multimodal biometric technologies and security solutions.

Mr. Ziglar’s distinguished career also includes service as Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate and as Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the Bush Administration. “Mr. Ziglar’s experience within the biometric industry and the government adds increased strength to our already dynamic Board; he will be an instrumental advisor to our company,” stated Mike Grimes, President of Integrated Biometrics.

Mr. Ziglar brings with him over 40 years of experience in management, investment banking, law and public policy. In addition to his new role on Integrated Biometrics’ Board, Mr. Ziglar is currently a Senior Fellow at the Migration Policy Institute where his work is focused on US immigration policy, border-control and security initiatives.

About Integrated Biometrics, LLC:
Integrated Biometrics develops and manufactures fingerprint-based biometric identification systems that result in highly dependable logical and physical access control solutions. With its patented LES technology, Integrated Biometrics’ customizable software and hardware promote security and usability to fit any organization’s authentication management needs. Integrated Biometrics is headquartered in Greenville, SC; more information can be found at http://www.integratedbiometrics.com.

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