Digital signatures are cryptographic implementations of electronic signatures used as a proof of authenticity, data integrity and non-repudiation of communications conducted over the Internet. An electronic signature is intended to provide legally binding signatures showing intent. They fall short in providing identity authentication of the physical person who is making the signature. Making improvements to an electronic signature would be by providing a high level of biometric accuracy using a person’s legal signature. This is BioName-ID™.

BioName-ID™ significantly improves ID verification reducing fraud and streamlining the process of signing documents virtually. This same technology is a natural technology for a host of other applications including credit card purchases online, as a password for device or virtual account access, as a way to accept/verify a transaction and other use cases.