Posts Tagged ‘signature gesture biometrics’
Patented gesture biometrics adds security layers for supporting multi-factor authentication from multiple input devices using a low-cost, scalable web service deployment that does not require any special hardware or downloads. Biometric Signature ID, Inc. (BSI) announced today that they received their second patent for their dynamic gesture biometric technology used for identity proofing from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The patented technology captures the movements made with various input devices such as your mouse, touch screen, finger or other body movements to enroll and create a biometric multi-factor password that is used to identify the “Who” is trying to gain access to devices or systems. BSI is the only software company with patented dynamic, biometric technology that exceeds government recommendations in the $12.6B Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication market. BSI’s BioSig-ID ™ was tested by The Tolly Group to be 99.97% accurate in keeping impostors from gaining access and received a 98% user acceptance rating from first time users who completed customer surveys. The two issued patents support a strong suite of Intellectual Property (IP) of over 44 claims dating back to 2004 for their dynamic, gesture biometrics ...
Interview by Kate Delaney, America Tonight Talk Show with Jeff Maynard, BSI, CEO Regarding Internet Security
CEO of BSI, Jeff Maynard, was interviewed by Emmy-award winning talk show host, Kate Delaney this week about Internet Security and how she experienced getting her email hacked recently. Jeff shared tips on what not to do and what to think about with adding higher level security and authenticating your user with biometrics. Signature biometrics has been tested to be the most secure method of identifying the person trying to gain access to your data and devices. We invite you to listen to this brief interview with Kate click here. Kate Delaney is a seasoned national broadcast personality and is one of only two women to ever host a Sports Radio Talk Show in a Top 10 market - WFAN, New York and KRLD, Dallas. Her guests have included some of the biggest names in politics, entertainment and sports - Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, Senator Joe Biden and Libby and former ...
BioSig-ID™ can help your organization achieve 99.97% accuracy in identifying and stopping imposters from a successful log in even when they have legitimate credentials + Exceed Federal NIST standards for biometric accuracy by a 3X factor + Identify legitimate users and permits access at an extremely high rate of accuracy (99.78%) which is 27 times more effective than keystroke biometrics + PLUS 99% of BioSig-ID™ users rate the solution as a positive user experience
Jeff Maynard CEO of Biometric Signature ID Participates at IDESG Conference for Online Privacy
Jeff Maynard CEO of Biometric Signature ID Participates at IDESG Conference for Online Privacy Dallas May 10, 2013. Biometric Signature ID (BSI) CEO Jeff Maynard attended the Identity Ecosystem Steering Committee Group (IDESG) meeting this week to take part in discussions about online privacy and its continuous importance in cyberspace. The meeting held in Santa [...]
NSTIC-led ID plan earmarks $4 million to secure state government services
The two-year-old initiative to create an identity layer for the internet is backing a set of projects aimed at creating identity-based security to support state and local government services online. Read More
Gesture Recognition & Touch-less Sensing Market Worth $12.21 Billion by 2018
According to a new market research report Gesture Recognition & Touchless Sensing Market (2013 – 2018): By Technology (RFID, IR, Capacitive); Product (Biometric, Gaming, Smartphone); Application (Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, Automotive); Geography (Americas, EMEA, & APAC), the total touchless sensing and gesture recognition market is expected to reach $15.02 billion by 2018 growing at a CAGR of 34.94% from 2013 to 2018. [...]
Two-Step Verification Will End Consensual Impersonation
A couple of months back, I advocated killing your password policies and applying some other techniques instead to make existing use of passwords more effective (including my hobby horse: take the user-experience sting out of rotating ordinary static passwords by pushing them out to users on an alternate channel, à la activation codes and other [...]
Click and Go Vote: PA politician proposes online registration
HARRISBURG — It’s possible in these days of instant connectivity to monitor nearly every financial, physical and social transaction using the Internet – from banking to travel, and from dieting to dinner reservations. Read More