There are a handful of security management solutions from LogMeOnce that allow users to log into a device with everything from biometrics and PIN codes to passwords. Now, the service is making it possible for people to securely log in using a photo. The 'PhotoLogin' feature is taken on a desktop computer and approved on a smartphone. Kevin Shahbazi, CEO of LogMeOnce says: "By default, PhotoLogin adds a third factor of authentication and lets users authenticate themselves to ensure that login information cannot be duplicated, making this feature one of the strongest layers of defense against hackers."
There's also a feature called 'MugShot,' which automatically captures an image of a person trying to access an account.
Considering that there are programs that run image-based authentication to authorize payments, this technology should give consumers the confidence to use the same tools to protect their computers.
LogMeOnce's Security Management Solution Permits Photo Log-Ins
1. Biometric Authentication - Exploring opportunities to implement biometric authentication in various industries, such as banking and healthcare, to enhance security.
2. Multi-factor Authentication - Developing innovative multi-factor authentication methods for stronger security measures in industries like e-commerce and government agencies.
3. Image-based Authentication - Creating image-based authentication solutions for industries like cybersecurity and online platforms to provide unique and secure login experiences for users.
1. Banking - Implementing photo log-ins and biometric authentication in the banking industry to increase security and protect customer information.
2. E-commerce - Exploring the integration of multi-factor authentication in the e-commerce industry to prevent unauthorized access and protect customer data.
3. Cybersecurity - Leveraging image-based authentication techniques to offer enhanced security solutions in the cybersecurity industry, safeguarding sensitive information from hackers.