MSPI News - January 2019

January/1/2019: In development at MSPI: A new Windows 10 UWP software application that uses Microsoft Azure Facial Recognition and Voice Recognition technologies to validate the identity of persons seeking access to controlled or critical resources. The application interoperates with ONVIF® conformant IP cameras allowing the User to build, maintain and test-against one or more Azure-resident databases of authorized Faces and Voices. After a person's identity has been successfully validated, the application initiates specific, pre-determined Actions.

September/21/2018: MSPI SkyCipher®, for Microsoft Windows 10, has completed a major technology-related revision. The new product has also completed Microsoft Certification and has been released to the Microsoft Store. MSPI SkyCipher Version 3.0 retains full backward compatibility with the previous versions. The new V3 User Guide is available now on the MSPI "Downloads" page.

September/17/2018: MSPI ObjectX™, for Microsoft Windows 10, has completed a major technology-related revision. The new product has also completed Microsoft Certification and has been released to the Microsoft Store. MSPI ObjectX Version 3.0 retains full backward compatibility with the previous versions. The new V3 User Guide is available now on the MSPI "Downloads" page.

July/18/2016: In the next few weeks, MSPI will be rebranding and re-releasing its CodeBook™ product under a new name. This action is being taken due to a trademark conflict with Zetetic, LLC. Zetetic has formally registered the term Codebook with the USPTO - effective June/28/2016. MSPI's new file encryption product for Windows 10 will be rebranded to the name SkyCipher®. MSPI SkyCipher® will retain complete backwards compatibility with the currently-available version of MSPI CodeBook.

MSPI Retired Products: The following MSPI software products have been retired from service: