SAN JOSE, Calif. & LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CES 2013 - Validity Sensors, Inc., the leader in Natural ID™ authentication fingerprint sensors, is demonstrating its latest solutions and discussing its roadmap of PC and mobile sensors during the world’s biggest consumer electronics show, CES 2013. Validity’s fingerprint ID technology seamlessly integrates with mobile and portable designs while simplifying authentication, securing transactions and payments, and improving application navigation.
“Our latest fingerprint sensor innovations allow handsets and tablets to achieve the best possible user experience, while providing strong 'who you are' identity validation.”
Validity can be found the following venues:
- PEPCOM Digital Experience Media Event – MGM Grand Ballroom – January 7, 7-10:30pm
- Private Meeting Suite at the Mirage Hotel – January 8-10, 9AM – 5PM
“The mobile ecosystem is actively adopting Natural ID fingerprint sensors to simply and securely validate the mobile device user,” said Michael Maia, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Validity. “Our latest fingerprint sensor innovations allow handsets and tablets to achieve the best possible user experience, while providing strong 'who you are' identity validation.”
To book a private demonstration, contact Doug Vargha, Director of Technical Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Headquartered in San Jose, California, Validity is the world leader in Natural ID authentication, providing fingerprint sensors with the highest levels of performance, security, cost-effectiveness and design flexibility. Validity’s patented LiveFlex® fingerprint sensor technology enables authentication, mobile payments, and touch-based navigation for applications ranging from invisible, under-glass sensors for smartphones; buttons for handsets and tablets; and the world’s thinnest palm-rest designs for Ultrabook™ computers. For more information, visit www.validityinc.com. For the latest news on biometrics and authentication, please be sure to read the Natural ID blog by Validity CTO, Sebastien Taveau.