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Sentry Enterprises, Infineon announce biometric access control collaboration

Sentry Enterprises, Infineon announce biometric access control collaboration

WEST CHESTER, Pa., and MUNICH—Sentry Enterprises announced that it has selected Infineon’s latest-generation SLC37x Secure Element chip family to fuel its biometric platforms.

Sentry Enterprises is the creator and maker of the SentryCard biometric platform, a privacy-centric, proof-of-identity solution, along with the soon-to-be-released Sentinel biometric cold storage crypto wallet. Sentry’s identity platform competes horizontally across all security, payment, and crypto sectors, as well as other market segments.

SentrySentry is in the process of finalizing its next-generation “universal identity platform” that incorporates biometric hardware, a cutting-edge card operating system, as well as integrated mobile applications and back-end systems. The focus of this platform is to provide solutions that address today’s security vulnerabilities while positioning itself for the future of Web 3.0 and self-sovereign identity applications.

“Our expertise in biometric solutions has proven to be the essential foundation for building a leading global identity ecosystem,” said Mark Bennett, CEO at Sentry Enterprises. “Collaborating with Infineon to integrate the SCL37x Secure Element into the SentryCard and Sentinel biometric platforms provide the perfect balance between performance, power and uncompromising security.”

Infineon“There is no question that privacy-centric, biometric solutions will play a critical role in the security, identity, and emerging crypto markets,” added Arnaud Moser, senior director of Americas, smart cards and IoT security, Infineon. “We believe that Sentry is the first commercially scalable player in this arena, and we are very pleased that they have selected Infineon’s SLC38 Secure Element to strengthen their platform.”

Sentry uses Infineon security controllers, which are certified to the security level CC EAL 6+ and designed for digital identity use cases like electronic passports, physical access cards, physical tokens, and more for secured identification and authentication. Infineon is pleased to collaborate with Sentry to bring more secured innovative and convenient solutions to market.

According to Sentry, its biometric platform provides a “critical missing element in today’s highly connected world” – a user-controlled absolute proof-of-identity that readily integrates with the world’s existing infrastructure. Establishing absolute proof-of-identity and trust are paramount to protecting critical infrastructure, enterprise and government assets, as well as the rapidly growing cryptocurrency markets, the company noted.

Infineon’s latest generation SLC37x Secure Element chip family is available now. More information about the complete solution is available at


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