Fingerprints and hemoglobin, an interesting combination for identity protection.
Biocryptology — a mix of biometrics (using physical traits for identification) and cryptology (the study of encoding private information) have been combined by an interesting group of engineers in South Dakota.
“Al Maas, president of Nexus USA — a subsidiary of Spanish-based Hanscan Identity Management, which patented the technology — acknowledged South Dakota might seem an unlikely locale to test it, but to him, it was a perfect fit.”
And we keep suggesting that identity protection is important? WOW!
Thanks to The Canadian Press and CBC News