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How to Make Two-Factor Authentication Work for You

December 16, 2015
In this article, I explain why two-factor authentication is useful and how you can use it in a way that neutralizes those excuses. And don't worry. You won't have to buy a fancy new iris-scanning device to do it.

Passwords must die

December 16, 2015
Biometric sensors still aren't perfect — as those of you who've struggled with faulty fingerprint readers already know, but they're getting a lot better. Plus, there is a whole raft of new biometric technologies on their way, including facial recognition using 3-D cameras like Intel's RealSense, iris scanning using the camera built into your smartphone or other device, and even wearables like the long-awaited Nymi Band, which can identify you through an electrocardiogram of your heartbeat captured via a simple wristband.

Britain’s Halifax bank uses Nymi to identify in a heartbeat

December 16, 2015
The Halifax bank in the UK has been working with Canadian firm Nymi on a biometric pilot using the latter’s ECG-reading wearable to authenticate online banking.

Halifax trials heartbeat ID technology for online banking

December 16, 2015
Electronic wristbands use customers’ heartbeats to verify their identities and could mean the end of passwords and pin codes

MWC 2015: Nymi Called The Future of Payment

December 16, 2015
The wearable device authenticates a user based on her unique EKG reading and keeps her authenticated for the entire time it’s worn and has an immense number of applications in the relation to smart homes, connected cars, Internet of Things and mCommerce.

How Toronto-based Nymi wants to replace passwords with heart rate authentication

December 16, 2015
Toronto-based Nymi, formerly known as Bionym, wants to simplify the password-entering process through its electrocardiography (ECG) bracelet that shares the same name as the company behind it – Nymi.

Hands On with the Nymi Band: A Bracelet That Lets You Pay with Your Heartbeat

December 16, 2015
Sure, it’s convenient to buy things with a fingerprint. But you know what’s even easier? Using your heartbeat. At least that’s the pitch from the makers of Nymi, a smart bracelet that uses your heartbeat to help you gain access to all your private accounts and information.

Hands on the Nymi Band Discovery Kit

December 16, 2015
I left the Nymi office even more excited than I had entered. The potential for this device is huge, and for someone who loathes passwords and having to repeat fingerprint scans every time to unlock a device, I see the value of this wearable immediately.

Getting My Heart On with the Nymi Band Discovery Kit

December 16, 2015
The Nymi Band is one of the most anticipated wearables of 2015. The wristband, which promises to do away with passwords and pins by using your heartbeat, has a lot to live up to. I finally got a chance to go hands-on with the final version of the Nymi Band, bring shipped out to developers as part of a Discovery Kit.

Top 8 gadgets consumers can expect in 2015

December 16, 2015
Using your finger print to unlock you phone is cool, but using your heartbeat is cooler. The NYMI band will be a new smart wearable that lets users unlock their phones, cars, computers and even homes by using their heartbeat to authenticate the user. Your heart will now be able to truly open doors.

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