Interview with Anthony Antolino, Chief Marketing & Business Development Officer at eyeLock on how their authentication platform is responding to the recent rise of Internet of Things and what he thinks 2015 has in store for cybersecurity across industries.
The Defense Department is investing $3 million in research with AOptix to build a “Smart Mobile Identity” biometrics identification product. The initial goal is to create a hardware add-on for smartphones that along with a software suite allows phones to scan and transmits data from your eyes, face, thumbs and voice. There’s a long history of technologies that slowly migrated from military use to marketing use, and this one seems ripe with potential in the long term.
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