Identifying who's who

SRD Software of Las Vegas released a new version of ERIK, an identity recognition program that used to be called SI Warehouse. ERIK integrates data from disparate systems to match information about people and create a single profile.

According to the company, ERIK works in real time to resolve a range of personal information including aliases, fake identities and previous addresses.

SRD Chief Executive Officer John Slitz said his company is working with systems integrators to implement ERIK and other SRD identity recognition programs at government agencies. SRD also offers a technology for matching data anonymously among secure data repositories.

SRD, which has roots in casino security, received funding from In-Q-Tel, the venture capital firm of the CIA.

 

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