Bionym’s Nymi wristband can identify the wearer by their cardiac rhythm and could be used to unlock car doors or log in to a computer.
Researchers are developing a new security approach that relies on implicit, repetitive learning.
BodyCom by Microchip uses the human body to keep guns and power tools safe through simple and secure authentication.
PassBan is introducing a wristband that can be used to authenticate your online information with a shake or a tap.
The company imagines a future where a USB device, smartphone, or ring, will be used to access email accounts.
A new vending machine, uses Hitachi's finger vein authentication technology to dispense Coke bottles.