EyeVerify to demonstrate mobile eye biometrics at FinovateEurope

December 9, 2015 - 

EyeVerify announced it will demonstrate the most recent version of its Eyeprint ID mobile biometric authentication solution at FinovateEurope, held on February 9-10, 2016 in London.

The Finovate series of events showcases new solutions aimed at the banking and financial services industry, and features short demos and networking sessions.

“EyeVerify’s Eyeprint ID technology represents an entirely different modality for biometric authentication on smartphones,” said Eric Mattson, CEO of Finovate. “We’re excited to see the newest version, as implemented by real financial institutions, on stage at FinovateEurope.”

The patented Eyeprint ID technology uses a mobile device’s camera to image and then pattern match the blood vessels in the whites of a user’s eyes, providing highly accurate, fast and convenient mobile authentication.

In the past year, Eyeprint ID has grown faster and easier to use, as well as more secure with the addition of REZA Key. More than a dozen financial institutions have already deployed Eyeprint ID.

EyeVerify will demonstrate the use of Eyeprint ID in applications developed by several of its partners, including RSA Security, Digital Insight and Mountain America Credit Union.

Through this demonstration, EyeVerify will show the ease of use and speed of verification in real use cases. Additionally, EyeVerify will provide details on the REZA Key technology backing the solution.

“We’re excited that EyeVerify continues to be seen at the forefront of mobile biometrics technology innovation, and can’t wait to show real in-market examples of Eyeprint ID to the FinovateEurope audience,” said Chris Barnett, EVP global sales and marketing at EyeVerify.

Previously reported, Chinese smartphone manufacturer nubia announced that its latest Android smartphone, the nubia Z9 3rd Anniversary Version, is integrated with eye pattern recognition technology from EyeVerify.

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