KeyLemon announces strategic partnership with biometric password solution onefacein

June 25, 2015 - 

KeyLemon announced it has integrated its face and speaker recognition solution with onefacein’s biometric password solution, allowing users to securely access all of their password-protected sites with their face, voice and synced devices.

Launched in July, onefacein offers an affordable multifactor-authentication biometric solution with advanced face and speaker recognition technology.

After downloading the onefacein app, users can create a profile which includes a one-time video featuring their face and voice to establish their biometric passport.

They can then add their favorite social, travel, retail and financial websites and apps.

Users can then sync their trusted devices with onefacein, then use their face and voice to log in to their protected sites.

“With onefacein, we found a partner that implements face and speaker recognition in a convenient and intuitive way,” said Gilles Florey, CEO of KeyLemon. “Applying fusion—that is, both face and speaker recognition—enhances the accuracy of the system and the user experience.”

Both companies have been involved in developing global identity verification technologies for highly regulated and security conscious industries.

“We wanted to find a simple solution to the headache of managing passwords that is convenient, accurate and secure,” said Carey Anderson, chief marketing officer at onefacein. “Now a user’s face and voice can be their password to all their websites. Affordable and effective biometric solutions available to the general public are relatively new. We’re confident people will like what they see.”

Previously reported, KeyLemon launched a new client-server architecture that facilitates rapid development and deployment of face recognition on mobile devices.

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