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AimBrain biometric authentication app available for BlackBerry Dynamics users

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AimBrain announced that its biometric authentication app is now available on the BlackBerry Marketplace to BlackBerry Dynamics users.

The AimBrain Authenticator app incorporates voice and facial biometric verification modules and can enhance mobility security and improve enterprise workflow by replacing passwords with biometric data. A free pilot is available.

“AimBrain is a timely and welcome addition as an ISV Partner, joining our rapidly growing developer and enterprise application ecosystem,” said Mark Wilson, SVP and Chief Evangelist at BlackBerry. “Biometric authentication is a significant development in cybersecurity, and we want our global clients to benefit from a simpler, but safer, password-less login.”

AimBrain was recently granted a patent in conditional biometrics to register a user’s behavioural, voice and face in a variety of contexts, for greater authentication accuracy.

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