Bankers giving the finger to network security

Monday, 21 August 2006, 4:20 PM EST

For Daren Mehl, securing billions of dollars in transactions is so easy he can do all the heavy lifting with just a finger.

Mehl, the assistant vice president of technology for United Banker's Bank (UBB) in Bloomington, Minn., found his strength in biometrics with the deployment of fingerprint readers that employees and UBB affiliates use to securely log into online resources locally and over the Internet.

At Network World.

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