Take Back Your Identity!
Biometric Security as a Service (BSaaS)
The upswing in cyberattacks, hacking, and the marketing of personal data makes it obvious that organizations and individuals must take seriously the handling of sensitive data. UnicusID uses a patented process that uses your biometrics to help secure your transactions and protect your identity.
"Your personal info is already out there, but you can take measures to prevent someone from using it."
Patrick Taylor – UnicusID Founder
Recent Press Releases
We have created a software, the Shepherd system, that is being utilized in correctional supervision. By incorporating biometric authentication, Shepherd equips Case Managers with tools to more efficiently supervise Offenders, while also giving dignity back to those Offenders. Click the buttons below to read reprints of recent articles on how Shepherd is working to reduce recidivism rates and help solve correctional issues.
2018 Most Fundable Companies
We are proud to announce that we were recently named as a finalist among the Pepperdine University Most Fundable Companies in America. From approximately 2500 entries, we placed in the top 15 which are all featured in the November issue of Entrepreneur magazine. The following video is a portion of a presentation that gives insight into our patented UnicusID authentication process and some of its possible applications, or click the button for a link to Pepperdine’s announcement.
USE CASE EXAMPLES
Founder of UnicusID with 25 years of developing viable and valuable business solutions.
30 years of software development and systems design. AWS Certified Soultions Architect (Professional Level).
Over 25 years in the technology business, spanning both the Aerospace and data/telecommunications industries.
25 years of experience in sales, customer service and team management.
15 years of operational experience including project oversight and management.
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