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BbWorld 17 Preview: BioMetric Signature ID Offers The Most Secure Password And Authentication Period

BioMetric Signature ID Offers The Most Secure Password And Authentication For Education, Period

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Passwords and pins are actually the least secure method of authentication and identity protection. Fingerprints can also be hacked. Iris scanners and facial recognition can be very costly. For years we’ve been yearning for a better way of protecting our identities and where needed, securely authenticating ourselves.

BioMetric Signature ID has created that way.

It works like this; the user draws their biometric ID with their fingertip or mouse. That biometric data from that ID is recorded and becomes the user’s biometric signature ID. Even with the best technology it can’t be copied. It’s not like a signature written on pen or paper that can be forged, the technology is capturing the data of the users actual hand moving in the process. Thus making it the most secure password and authentication tool out there.

In fact, it’s so secure that in 10,000 attempts the Biometric Signature ID couldn’t be hacked, even when the people hired to hack it were given the actual password. Again it’s not about the password or the signature it’s about how the hand moved when creating it. No two hands will act just alike. The company claims it’s 99.7% accurate.

When the BioMetric Signature ID is combined with BioProof-ID and the company’s online legal ID witnessing application as well as their forensic audit trail you have a completely authentic, non-hackable system for validating who is actually taking an online course, test or exam.

“BioSig-ID technology allows us to ensure the student who registered for the course is the same student who is trying to access exams… An additional benefit is the extensive reporting tool providing the ability to uncover suspicious behaviors that can identify possible academic dishonesty.” Dr. Laura L. Watson, Deputy Chancellor, Academic and Student Services, Central Texas College said on the company’s website.

Those reporting tools and tools to uncover suspicious behavior make sure students aren’t logging into their online course and then letting a friend take a quiz, test or exam.

If you’re worried about your authentication process for online learning and online exams you can visit with BioMetric Signature ID at BbWorld 17 in New Orleans, July 24th-27th and online at biosig-id.com