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BIO-key is recognized as a pioneer in the biometric industry. Our R&D team is focused on developing tomorrows advanced biometric technology solutions today.

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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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September 20th, 2016


It’s now apparent to virtually every organization as they evaluate the future of their cyber security platforms, biometric technology is something that they need to consider as they try to control the revolution at the gate. So, as more and more IT professionals delve into the world of biometric solutions should they be ignoring traditional or other forms of authentication? In other words, is the answer to tomorrows security platforms Biometrics or Bust? ...

August 20th, 2016


Some of the reasons for heightened concern are obvious, as hackers have successfully attacked the databases of the federal government and Fortune 500. Indeed, we’re all painfully aware that hacking has become a sport to many and is championed in certain countries. Yet based upon recent trends, we’re learning that most organizations are focusing on strengthening their internal security policies and procedures. Disgruntled employees and outliers present the biggest and most immediate threat to the enterprise ...

July 8th, 2016


So the pioneer of social media had his password hacked. The password that was designated to secure his accounts was “dadada”. Well the password came back to sting him. It seems that like many of us, there was little thought given to selecting a “secure” password. Rather, again like many of us, the priority was convenience versus security. Thus the proliferation of simplistic passwords such as “name123”, that have been popularly chosen to protect access to our online world ...