Crisis Public Relations

In an age of quick delivery of information, the element of communication has increased in speed. The key decision makers in every process still are with people, and not the technology that people use. Prism offers the service of coordinating projects that deal with "connections" of people to result in expediting processes. We have been effective in insuring quick turn around in projects for clients needing support in interaction with government, and private industry. Our objective is to identify the process in which the operation needs to follow, and "hand" walk the clients matter through the system, insuring the greatest attention to the issue, and the quick resolve of the situation. Our success has resulted in the savings of thousands of dollars of clients in the medical, commercial services, and private homeowners. We coordinate information for media as well, insuring that focus on the issue is achieved. Projects are reviewed for objectives and scope, and then constant communication with client is delivered through the process.

Technical Project Management

When you have a technical project that requires a team to identify the scope of work necessary, provide proper quotes, and implement the project in a timely manner, Prism Consulting is the source for your project. We provide expert technical support in developing the scope of work, then project management of the project until completion. Many of our projects have been centered around defense related issues, that require highly sensitive and mission oriented attention. In addition, they sometimes require 24/7 manning until completion. It is our goal to provide project coordination and management to clients that need the type of specialized service only we can provide. Our performance history on projects speaks of our commitment to insure that customer service is priority. We have renovated facilities, move entire operations, provided emergency electrical systems to essential systems, built entrance ways for clients, all in the sphere of emergency response to our customerís needs.

Prevention and Detection Technologies

Fingerprint Verification

Such systems operate by identifying the locations of small marks found in the fingerprint. Fingerprint readability is affected by a number of environmental factors. False acceptance and rejection is estimated at around 0.0001% and less than 1% respectively.

Hand-based Verification

Biometrics in this category are based on measurements of the geometry of an individual's hand, of two fingers in the case of some systems. False acceptance is estimated at around 1%.

Retinal and Iris Scanning

These systems have the lowest false acceptance rates of all of the available biometric methods. Retinal scanning uses a very low intensity infra-red camera to take an image of the back of the eye, whilst iris scanning works by identifying the unique patterns which make constitute the texture of the iris - even identical twins have identical iris texture patterns, which remain the same through out a person's lifetime.

Dynamic Signature Verification

Such systems rely on the manner in which a signature is written, rather than its physical appearance, using either a special pen or a sensitive tablet to evaluate hand movement. Some systems though have difficulties with individuals whose signature changes substantially each type it is written.

Voice Verification

Much has been written lately about speech recognition, speaker verification and the idea of a computer being capable to recognize and identify a human voice. Speech recognition is defined as the process of automatically recognizing what is being said. On the other hand, speaker verification is the process of determining which registered speaker provides a given utterance or "voiceprint".
This identification method called Biometric Technology or Biometrics, is defined as the statistical analysis of biological observations and human phenomena. We can examine and identify an individuals biometric features such as fingerprints, retinal patterns, and facial features, but an individual's speech pattern has more unique qualities and is often recognized as the most natural form of biometrics. The human voice is also considered the most common form of communication and is an ideal form of personal identification, because your voice can never be lost, stolen or forgotten.