|Apr 17, 2015
|LogmeOnce Integrates Biometrics for Samsung Fingerprint Readers
Samsung fingerprint reader’s integration enables secure login to LogmeOnce and accessible single sign-on to every app, while adding the extra security benefits of biometrics
Washington, D.C., April 17, 2015 — LogmeOnce, the revolutionary new password security and management system, today unveiled the integration of Samsung fingerprint readers with LogmeOnce Password Management Suite. The fingerprint biometrics authentication method facilitates secure access to the LogmeOnce vault instead of typing in a master password or using a weak passcode or PIN.
gmeOnce biometrics provides a secure authentication alternative for accessing apps by letting users easily swipe a fingerprint. Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Note 4, and Note Edge are among supported devices. LogmeOnce employs users’ preexisting fingerprint data as long as it is available in their device, hence there is no need to re-register another fingerprint.
“Secure access and login have always been important topics, especially in the light of massive security breaches hitting the government as well as leading enterprises around the world. No one can afford not to be proactive,” says Kevin Shahbazi, CEO of the hardware and software password management company. “In addition to fingerprint authentication, LogmeOnce also supports other methods of authentication such as passwords and passcodes.”
With finger biometrics, you can set it up once and never have to remember it as you are always carrying your authentication device (finger) with you. For anyone who takes privacy and security seriously, two-factor authentication with finger biometrics establishes an important security layer and a superb defensive mechanism.