Access for Local Authentication
A frictionless way to open Your life
Lock and Unlock Across Devices, Platforms, Objects & Situations
Everything you need on you.
Information beamed out of the device is stored as a token or hash, and fully protected against man-in-the-middle attack by the FIDO protocol.
Your Universal Key
One can answer any request on your phone or wearable device for access.
Always on you but not always 'on'
You are in control. You answer in a frictionless manner.
What is FIDO?
FIDO is a standard for the Internet of Things (IoT). It is a protocol developed by the largest players in the industry that aims at securing exchanges across the Internet and IoT by blocking any possible hijacking or diversion of tokens.
What is a universal key?
A universal key is a single piece of hardware that is easy to use and does not rely on any password or any complex action to gain access. Physiological biometrics unlock the future of universal keys. We can use our body as a password and universal key across the IoT. Aerendir® offers Neurosafe® technology that can enable mobile data encryption and protect sensitive information. With Neurosafe®, the user will have the switch and control.
Why must the key remain local at all times?
Because biometry information is different from any other legacy solution. It is quite literally our identity. We can survive the breach of a database or the loss of a credit card number, for example. However, we cannot survive the loss of our biometrics because any loss would be perpetual. To overcome any loss of biometric data, Aerendir® introduces the Mist Cloud Server Authentication®, a service that enables the computing power of the Cloud to be operational in edge devices. This means all personally identifiable data (PII) remains on the end user's device(s).
Why would it be a perpetual loss?
It would be perpetual because there is no way that we can obtain a new set of fingerprints, a new voice, a new face, or a new NeuroPrint®. This means that once our biometrics are stolen, we no longer have any identity across the web.
What are the use cases?
The most evident use case is for gaining access to our homes. Our product has application with motor vehicles, if the car is owned, rented or on-demand, you have the ability to gain access, control its ignition, and order it where to go. What's more, your key can shield the car from being hacked, which will become an increasing threat as connected cars become more common. In the IoT, all connected objects will need to be controlled and moderated by the user.