Princeton Identity

Former G+D Exec Joins Princeton Identity Advisory Board

Former G+D Exec Joins Princeton Identity Advisory Board

Princeton Identity has a new expert advisor. The company has announced that Brian Russell, the former SVP of Financial Solutions for Giesecke+Devrient’s Mobile Security U.S. Division, has joined its advisory board. In a statement announcing his appointment, Princeton Identity asserted that during his term with G+D, “Russell transformed the financial services business from a traditional card…

Samsung Galaxy Note8 Iris Biometrics Powered By Princeton Identity

Samsung Galaxy Note8 Iris Biometrics Powered By Princeton Identity

“[Princeton Identity] also provided iris recognition technology for the pioneering Galaxy S8 devices launched earlier this year…” Princeton Identity has officially confirmed it is the source of the Samsung Galaxy Note8‘s iris recognition technology. It isn’t a shocking revelation. Princeton Identity is a spinoff of Samsung partner SRI International, and was launched with Samsung Ventures’…

Princeton Identity Appoints New Marketing VP

Princeton Identity Appoints New Marketing VP

Princeton Identity has appointed a new VP of Sales and Marketing. Bob McKee is now leading the charge in the biometrics specialist’s promotional efforts. McKee comes to the company from McKee & Associates Inc., of which he served as President from November of last year; and before that, he was President of Paxton Access Ltd.…

Iris Biometrics Made Room For Galaxy Note8’s A+ Display

Iris Biometrics Made Room For Galaxy Note8’s A+ Display

“With fingerprint sensors now considered a standard feature on contemporary smartphones, the full-size display of the Note8 is facilitated in part by the device’s use of iris recognition as the primary means of user authentication.” Samsung’s new Note smartphone isn’t out yet, but it’s already getting strong accolades from DisplayMate Technologies, a standards testing organization…

Financial ID Briefing: Biometrics Power Alibaba’s Cashless Cafe

Financial ID Briefing: Biometrics Power Alibaba’s Cashless Cafe

The Financial ID Briefing brings you top highlights from the world of biometrics, mobile ID, and finance. It is powered by FindBiometrics and Money20/20. Biometrics Power Alibaba’s Cashless Cafe Facial recognition, QR codes, and mobile tech combined to transform the retail experience at an experimental cafe run by Alibaba at the Taobao Maker Festival. Alibaba’s…

ISC West 2017: Interview with Princeton Identity CEO Mark Clifton [AUDIO]

ISC West 2017: Interview with Princeton Identity CEO Mark Clifton [AUDIO]

FindBiometrics is in Las Vegas for the ISC West 2017 conference and exhibition. Today FindBiometrics president Peter O’Neill stopped by the Princeton Identity booth (#7079) for a brief interview with company CEO Mark Clifton. Princeton Identity is attending the show in the wake of some major releases—its iris recognition technology is featured on Samsung’s recently…

ISC West: Princeton Identity Announces IOM Access200 Access Control Solution

ISC West: Princeton Identity Announces IOM Access200 Access Control Solution

Princeton Identity has announced its first standalone product as an independent company. Called the IOM Access200, it’s a face and iris scanning unit aimed at access control applications. The company plans to showcase the IOM Access200 at this week’s ISC West security expo in Las Vegas, where it will be demonstrating the solution in booth #7079.…

Samsung Galaxy S8 Iris Biometrics Courtesy of Princeton Identity

Samsung Galaxy S8 Iris Biometrics Courtesy of Princeton Identity

“Princeton Identity was also the supplier of the iris scanning technology in the Galaxy Note7, Samsung’s aborted first effort in mobile iris scanning.” The iris scanning functionality of Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy smartphones is powered by Princeton Identity technology, the biometrics specialist has announced. For those who have followed Samsung’s efforts in mobile biometrics over the past…

Retirement Home Gets Iris Access Control Care of Princeton Identity

Retirement Home Gets Iris Access Control Care of Princeton Identity

Princeton Identity has brought iris-based access control to a retirement home in Pennsylvania. The facility is called Brevillier Village, and is located in the city of Erie. It was having some issues with its previous keypad-based access control system, which some residents were having trouble using. And while staff were already using a biometric time and attendance…

Princeton Identity Wins Industry Tech Award

Princeton Identity Wins Industry Tech Award

Princeton Identity has been named the winner of the New Jersey Tech Council’s Outstanding Technology Development Company Award for 2016. It’s a significant validation of the company fresh after its spinoff from biometric technology company SRI International. The NJ Tech Council is a nonprofit organizations whose members aim to support businesses and education in technology…

INTERVIEW: Princeton Identity CEO Mark Clifton

INTERVIEW: Princeton Identity CEO Mark Clifton

Princeton Identity is a biometrics company that has recently spun off as independent from SRI International. In its first weeks of existence, the company has made major headlines, most recently confirming that it is in fact the provider of the iris biometrics technology featured on Samsung’s new Galaxy Note7 handset. FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill recently had…

Princeton Identity is Samsung’s Iris Biometrics Source

Princeton Identity is Samsung’s Iris Biometrics Source

Princeton Identity has officially announced a licensing deal with Samsung that will bring its iris recognition technology into the latter’s mobile devices. The deal comes as no surprise: Princeton Identity is a spinoff of SRI International, and was launched last month with considerable capital backing from Samsung Ventures. The OEM has recently sought to become one…

Samsung-Backed Princeton Identity Spins Off From SRI International

Samsung-Backed Princeton Identity Spins Off From SRI International

SRI International has announced the official launch of spinoff company Princeton Identity Inc. Funding for the new company came mostly from Samsung Ventures, a longtime collaborator of SRI International. While SRI International has worked with a number of biometric modalities, as can be seen in its range of offerings at this year’s IFSEC trade show, it…