Thanks to their versatility, the app and UP device can be used in almost every online or physical access scenario. Check out some examples where you can use Biocryptology.
Use the app and UP device to gain entry to private property such as your car, boat, or home, or use them to ensure only authorized users access your computer or files.
Plus, the app and UP device can be used for secure access to all kinds of external locations, such as nightclubs, gyms, private clubs, stadiums, and event spaces.
The system is also perfectly suited for corporate use, providing access to office buildings, IT equipment, and computer files, and even integrating with Time & Attendance systems.
Using the app or UP device online means there’s no longer a need for usernames and passwords. Access platforms and websites, or securely access cloud storage, all while preventing unwanted third-parties from accessing your account and sensitive data or viewing and modifying documents and files you exchange with others.
Apart from being a convenient way to log in to websites and platforms, you can use the app or UP device while banking or shopping online. Confirm your transaction with a simple glance at the app or UP display, and there’s no more need for cards, signatures, and confirmations.
HIGH SECURITY ACCESS
When claiming social security benefits, e-signing notary documents, or passing through airport security checks, a very high assurance of identity is required. For scenarios like these where security is an absolute priority, access is only granted by using the UP device. Use the UP device as your own personal e-ID and free yourself of passports, ID cards, and airline boarding passes.
In addition to the applications mentioned above, Biocryptology can be adapted to many other situations. Here are just a few:
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The market is urgently in need of a solution that will support companies in respect of current & upcoming legislation (KYC, PSD 2, GDPR, etc.).
The technology related to biometrics has advanced tremendously over the past few years and can now be applied on a large scale.
The consumer now accepts these “new” technologies. 93% of consumers are willing to replace usernames and passwords with biometric identity verification. See more…