Secure On-Device Biometrics with HYPR
Decentralized biometric encryption ensures user credentials are decentralized and stored offline. A cryptographic digital key is generated from a biometric such as a fingerprint or voice and is used to sign transactions initiated by a relying party. Raw biometric data is never sent over the wire or stored in a centralized database. Examples of biometric encryption include the use of Apple Touch ID, Windows Hello, or SamsungPass with a FIDO-Certified architecture.
HYPR leverages a powerful FIDO® Certified Open Architecture and features Advanced Device Protection that eliminates the need to centrally store credentials. By eliminating centralized passwords, HYPR removes the hackers’ primary target and minimizes your risk of a data breach. The HYPR platform is features dozens of pre-integrated biometric modalities including fingerprint, face, voice, eye and palm recognition. Supported platforms include Intel SGX, ARM TEE, Apple Secure Enclave, and Qualcomm MSM.