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BioSSL 2017 Builds Momentum - Award for Best Cybersecurity Solution and Best Biometric Solution

Monday, 30 January 2017 10:17 AM

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BioSSL Wins the Sesames Awards for Best Cybersecurity Solution from Trustech 2016 and the Silver Award for Best Biometric Solution from Fintech Finance

ACCESSWIRE / WELLINGTON, UNITED KINGDOM / JANUARY 30, 2017 / BioSSL wins the precious Sesames Award Trustech 2016 for best Cybersecurity Solution.

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As one of the 3 finalists in the Cybersecurity category at Trustech 2016 in Cannes, France, BioSSL won the precious Sesames Award.

"We thank the Sesames Award jury, represented by Frazier Evans, Payments Director Booz Allen Hamilton, Nathan Hilt, Director Payments PriceWaterhouseCooper, Al Pascual, SVP, Research Director and Head of Fraud & Security Javelin Strategy & Research, Kevin Gillick, Executive Director GlobalPlatform, John Devlin, Principal Analyst and Founder P.A.ID Strategies, Max Snijder, CEO European Biometrics Group, as well as the organisers of Trustech (formerly Cartes)."

"We thank John Devlin, appointed as our personal coach and advisor by Trustech to lead us. We also thank our board member, Stephan Apel, and our South African partner, Gawie Keyser, for their presence and support at the booth and last, but not least, our lead investors and our dedicated development team. BioSSL changes the perception of the use of biometrics in cybersecurity and how to completely secure a user's identity in the online world."

Silver Award for Best Biometric Solution

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Quote Finance Fintech:

"By using three human verification pathways - fingerprint, voice, and facial recognition - web security expert BioSSL locks down access to hackers. Its unique feature is that it does not allow for the storage of images, scans, or biometric features on a local device or server, thereby preserving their integrity if the device is stolen, damaged, or lost. BioSSL's fingerprint and facial recognition template cannot be reverse engineered. Security is entirely handled on the BioSSL server and no two private-public keys are ever the same. The company is an omni-channel solution for banks, financial institutions, e-commerce, and government, using military-grade ID systems."

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