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BIO-key’s patented Vector Segment Technology (VST) software has been tested by the National Institute for Standards and Technologies (NIST) and has received top rankings for speed and accuracy.

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BIO-key secures customers biometric roadmap by providing uniquely interoperable software that operates on most any device, on multiple platforms and with more than 30+ fingerprint readers.








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March 20th, 2017

Meet the “Biometric of Things” or BoT

A few years ago, the company exited the business of providing biometric technology for law enforcement to focus on the broader enterprise business opportunity. That’s right, long before Apple embedded a fingerprint sensor on the iPhone, BIO-key envisioned a world where both the enterprise and consumers would find practical applications for fingerprint technology....

March 6th, 2017

More Bad News for Password Security...

According to a new survey of 1,000 respondents by Keeper Security, more than 80 percent of folks ages 18 and up reuse the same password across multiple accounts...

December 29th, 2016

CES 2017

When something is intriguing enough to attract 180,000 people from all over the world there must be something to it. Take a moment to think about the town that you grew up in and ask yourself what the population was? In my case the answer is 26,000, then imagine “everyone” in town attending the 4th of July barbeque? It would be insane. Next, picture making 180,000 hamburgers for a much larger audience which is what CES is expecting this year. A task even too large for White Castle...

November 15th, 2016

The History and Future of Security Fatigue

Believe it or not the first password can be traced back to 1961 when engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology created passwords for users of their Compatible Time-Sharing System (CTSS). CTSS provided the capability to securely host multiple users on a single device by requiring each to enter an individual password. ...

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