It is widely believed that finger, face and voice identification is the embodiment of security. However, according to nVIAsoft officials, these technologies are not as secure as we thought, emphasizing that conventional biometric systems, such as face, voice and fingerprint recognition, have vulnerabilities that can be easily used.
The company is developing a new method called Verihand - as the first contactless biometric reader that maps the complex vascular structure of the entire hand to create a unique, encrypted digital ID that is virtually impossible to crack.
In fact, Verihand turns the user's entire hand into a password. This contactless biometric reader maps the complex vascular structure of the entire human hand to create a unique, encrypted digital ID that is virtually impossible to hack. According to the product developers, Verihand's instant, non-invasive and hygienic scanning process is safer and more reliable than traditional methods.