Forbes recognizes AimBrain co-founders
The European Technology list is divided into ten categories and features 300 individuals from 34 countries across Europe. In its third year, the list was distilled by a panel of expert judges and honourees were judged on ‘leadership and disruption; entrepreneurial mind-set and results; and the likelihood of changing their field over the next half-century’, according to Forbes.
“I am honoured to have been selected for this accolade,” commented Sutas. “Alesis and I have built a company around our vision for a simpler, smarter way to authenticate, using a Biometric Identity as-a-Service (BIDaaS) approach centred on an algorithmically-derived digital identity in the cloud.”
Previously reported, AimBrain and strategic law firm JAG Shaw Baker published a whitepaper earlier this month examining the responsibilities of organizations collecting, storing, and making use of biometric data.