Global Accountability Corp’s Absolute ID Revolutionizes Identity Access Management

April 19, 2024Global Accountability Corp (GAC), a trailblazer in Identity Access Management (IAM), announces its groundbreaking Absolute ID and redefines security standards. With an impressive combined portfolio boasting 113 patents and partnerships with industry leaders like Delmock Technologies Inc. (DTI) and Sentry Enterprises, GAC is at the forefront of innovation.“At GAC, we are committed to providing cutting-edge solutions that address the evolving challenges of identity management,” says Jim Kinsey, CEO of GAC. “Our partnership with DTI, coupled with our geofencing patent and Near Field Communication (NFC) technology set a new standard for IAM.”GAC’s Absolute ID combines the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) compliant biometric authentication with a secure element to ensure unparalleled security. This innovative approach, combined with DTI’s two decades of experience in providing Software as a Service (SaaS) to the federal government, to include the Internal Revenue Service and Department of Education, promises to revolutionize IAM. “I’m so proud to be a part of such an innovative, world changing security initiative,” said Winston DeLattiboudere, CEO of DTI.In the healthcare industry, GAC’s geofencing patent offers real-time data analytics to enhance security and accountability. For example, the Absolute ID mitigates access abuse to the Pyxis MedStation and its pharmaceutical records. In the industrial sector, the NFC enables secure communication and checklists for employees servicing power grids and energy storage systems.Across a broad range of industries, biometrics create a secure and reliable way to access a system or application, as the data on your one-of-a-kind physical traits can’t be shared, lost, replicated, or guessed. “Decentralizing that data adds to the difficulty of stealing a user’s identity. It also reduces the requirement to memorize dozens of passwords or store tokens. This reduces the attack surface on both ends, enhancing the level of security and reducing the complexity of securing applications and systems,” said Darren Wieder, Senior VP of Sales, Sentry Enterprises. “We manufacture all of ourproducts in the US, have over 100 patents and our Absolute Trust solutions include Crypto Wallet, Passwordless Authentication, Self-Sovereign Identity, Physical Security and Radiance Illuminated Cards,” he added.GAC’s focus on law enforcement is equally transformative, with a survey feature linked to an officer’s ID card enabling direct communication with their supervisor. This promotes transparency, accountability, de-escalation and ultimately safety, making it a crucial tool for improving community relations. The non profit research institute RTI International wrote a landscape study on this technology which was ultimately reviewed by the U.S. Department of Justice. Please reference:“Our Absolute ID’s applications span various industries, but the core purpose remains the same — verifying identity through biometrics and combating both fraud and malintent,” adds Kinsey. As the world becomes increasingly digital, GAC’s Absolute ID is set to redefine the way identity is presented and verified to ensure a safer and more secure future for all.”

Montana based Global Accountability Corp. featured in a U.S. Department of Justice supported Landscape Report

July 21, 2023“We are humbled to have our Police Smart Card chosen to be profiled in RTI International’s Landscape Study,” said Jim Kinsey, CEO of Global Accountability Corp. (GAC). The patented secure identity card features both Near Field Communication (NFC) and quick response (QR) technologies as well as a built-in survey feature set that provides critical de-escalation tools for law enforcement. Further, it provides an immediate and measurable means for positive validation for law enforcement officers with the survey feature at a critical time where tensions are high and morale is low in police departments across the country. “The technology we created was in response to the need we have, as a society, to preserve trust, transparency and the integrity of law enforcement engaging with our community,” Kinsey added.
The study title is “Measuring Community Sentiment and Perceptions of Safety and Law Enforcement Performance.” It was authored by the non-profit group RTI International from Innovation Advisors and the Applied Justice Research Division. They are directly supported by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs of the U.S. Department of Justice. Read this landscape study here:
A Landscape Report on Measuring Community Sentiment and Perceptions of Safety and Law Enforcement Performance
In terms of its application, officers present their Police Smart Card, to a citizen for them to ‘tap’ the card with their smartphone and receive the officer’s full badge number, profile and contact information – including their supervisor’s information too. Once the citizen downloads the officer’s vCard, with the incident report number attached, they have the opportunity to leave a survey detailing their experience. With the release of GAC’s Global Admin Panel, departments have the ability to collect data analytics in real-time and identify opportunities for improvement. Regardless, communication and transparency are improved.
“We look forward to seeing how our technology can have a measurable impact for law enforcement and our communities as well as how we can evolve to meet their changing needs,” Kinsey stated. GAC is a privately held corporation founded in Missoula, Montana in 2020.