Eyelock rolls out myris for enrollment and portable template solution

This week at ISC West in Las Vegas, iris biometrics firm EyeLock is launching a new portable template solution and myris for enrollment applications. EyeLock’s introduction of an iris portable template solution provides nano NXT users the option to store templates on an EV1 smartcard (one user per card). According to a statement by the company, the portable template solution delivers next-level security, with increased convenience and mobility. nano NXT is EyeLock’s iris-based access control solution that authenticates up to

VOXX Electronics and EyeLock release iris identity authentication solution

VOXX Electronics Corporation (VEC) and EyeLock announced they have introduced Enterprise myris, a USB-enabled iris identity authentication solution for companies to authenticate and manage their employees’ digital identities. The move comes a few weeks after VOXX International Corporation announced that it successfully acquired a controlling stake of EyeLock for approximately $20.2 million. Enterprise myris is the first USB-powered iris authentication product specifically designed for enterprises. The solution enables the use of best practices for password protocols while diminishing any vulnerabilities

VerifyMe and EyeLock announce several appointments

VerifyMe announced that it has named Balu Ramamurthy the head of biometrics, optical and image processing areas, a role in which he will report directly to the chief technology officer. In this new role, Ramamurthy will contribute significantly to mobile authentication solutions. Prior to joining VerifyMe, Ramamurthy was a software consultant at ENT Matrix where he worked on the financial risk assessment team at Goldman Sachs in New York. Earlier in his career, Ramamurthy served as an algorithms and software

myris first iris authenticator for new FIDO open industry standard

EyeLock announced that its myris solution is the first iris identity authentication to support the recently launched FIDO 1.0 specifications. The FIDO Alliance is a global industry organization comprised of members such as Microsoft, Google, ARM, PayPal and Lenovo, that strives toward the delivery of open standards for stronger, simpler authentication. EyeLock’s myris, which incorporates FIDO Universal 2nd Factor protocol, has met all requirements for FIDO Ready certification. “To be able to work with the FIDO Alliance to protect customers