Redflag on Biometric Iris Scanning Insyndia adds Passfaces cognometric technology to heighten authentication security
Oak Hill, VA (PRWEB) August 15, 2012 -- Security professionals, always scrutinizing technology and tools, heard an interesting presentation at the recent Black Hat 2012 security conference, when a presentation revealed that iris scanners could be spoofed: see: www.blackhat.com/usa/speakers/Javier-Galbally.html.
Cyber Security firm, Passfaces Corporation, adds Federal Marketing Partner Innovative authentication technology for government agencies
Oak Hill, VA (PRWEB) July 10, 2012 -- Jon Shaw, CEO of PassfacesTM, announced that it has signed a strategic partnering agreement with WTG New Technology Corporation. The new agreement provides government agencies – particularly those focusing on national security, financial records and healthcare – access to Passfaces patented, secure authentication technology.
Strong Authentication Firm Passfaces Adds Seasoned CEO to Manage Growth New CEO to better exploit opportunities in the global remote authentication market
Oak Hill, VA. (PRWEB) May 29, 2012 -- Paul Barrett, Chairman of PassfacesTM, announced that Jonathan B. Shaw would take over the CEO function immediately. Barrett indicated that the key reason for adding such a seasoned executive as Shaw was to better exploit the opportunities in the global remote authentication market that is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.8 percent over the period 2010-2014. Much of this growth being driven by the complexity of security attacks and the increase of constantly changing, complex regulatory environments, particularly in many sectors of financial services and healthcare.