SAN ANTONIO – There are a lot of biometric security measures available today, including facial recognition, iris scan, and fingerprint identification, but at San Antonio Employees City FCU it’s all about the keystroke The credit union said it is adding another layer of security to its laptops by identifying users through keystroke recognition. It’s using a product called BioPassword provide by biometric firm BioNet Systems. It looks at the unique typing keystrokes of the user as they enter their password. BioPassword integrates with the CU’s host system, one of the main reasons the credit union chose the product. Of course even if the keystrokes matches, if the password is wrong, a user will not be allowed system access.

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