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The Pentagon Has a Big Plan to Solve Identity Verification in Two Years
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05-17-2018 04:43 PM

 



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The Pentagon Has a Big Plan to Solve Identity Verification in Two Years
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They are playing dumb. They got this in the bag already. They know exactly who we are. Satellites.



The Defense Department is funding a project that officials say could revolutionize the way companies, federal agencies and the military itself verify that people are who they say they are and it could be available in most commercial smartphones within two years.

The technology, which will be embedded in smartphones’ hardware, will analyze a variety of identifiers that are unique to an individual, such as the hand pressure and wrist tension when the person holds a smartphone and the person’s peculiar gait while walking, said Steve Wallace, technical director at the Defense Information Systems Agency.

Organizations that use the tool can combine those identifiers to give the phone holder a “risk score,” Wallace said. If the risk score is low enough, the organization can presume the person is who she says she is and grant her access to sensitive files on the phone or on a connected computer or grant her access to a secure facility. If the score’s too high, she’ll be locked out.

Nextgov spoke with Wallace on the sidelines of a DISA press conference during a cybersecurity event hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.


https://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/20...rs/148263/
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RE: The Pentagon Has a Big Plan to Solve Identity Verification in Two Years
doomed doomed doomed doomed doomed doomed doomed doomed

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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05-17-2018 04:45 PM

 



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RE: The Pentagon Has a Big Plan to Solve Identity Verification in Two Years
The well known national company I work for, took Iris scans... and possibly even DNA (cheek swab).
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RE: The Pentagon Has a Big Plan to Solve Identity Verification in Two Years
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2018 04:45 PM)
The well known national company I work for, took Iris scans... and possibly even DNA (cheek swab).
Scream1

Of course everyone says Amazon is CIA anyway. So... who knows?
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Yo tax dollars at work.
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Pin please.
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