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The New York Post published an online article on October 23, 2016 entitled “Ex-Trump aides tied to firm that tried to expand Russia’s spying efforts” and a print article on October 24, 2016 entitled “Don’s Aides Linked to Putin Spies”.

These articles contain false and defamatory allegations regarding EyeLock’s technology and business. EyeLock informed the New York Post of the false and defamatory allegations before the story published. Once published, EyeLock made a demand to the New York Post for an immediate and full retraction.

EyeLock’s statements in response to the New York Post’s false and defamatory allegations are as follows:

  • Neither EyeLock, nor anyone acting on the company’s behalf, have ever lobbied, conducted business with, or made any sales to any Russian government officials, entities or agencies.
  • EyeLock has never aided or sought to aid any party in spying on people.
    • EyeLock is a known privacy advocate and does not compromise the privacy of individuals in any way.
    • EyeLock’s technology is not capable of surveillance. It cannot covertly collect biometric data or otherwise spy on individuals.
    • EyeLock’s technology requires that individuals opt-in by voluntarily enrolling in the system. Authentication occurs when an individual’s iris is matched against a database of iris templates (no photos or videos) of pre-enrolled individuals.
  • Any connection between Paul Manafort and EyeLock was with one of the company’s predecessor entities, Global Rainmakers, and prior to 2011. EyeLock and its management team have never had any relationship or dealings with him.
  • Neither Paul Manafort, who has (or had) a de minimis indirect equity stake in EyeLock as a result of a small investment in a predecessor company (many years prior to any member of the current management team joining the company), nor Rick Gates has anything to do with EyeLock’s business.
  • Neither Mr. Manafort nor Mr. Gates have ever lobbied for or arranged any sales to any Russian governmental or non-governmental entities or agencies on EyeLock's behalf.

EyeLock LLC, a market leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, announced today that it has entered into a business relationship with ADI Global Distribution, a leading distributor of security and low-voltage products. ADI will now offer EyeLock's market leading iris biometrics products in their 100+ North American Branch Locations.

EyeLock will showcase its iris recognition technology at ASIS 2016 next month, the company has announced.

The company will show off its EyeLock Identity Suite (EIS) and its integrations into access control systems such as Lenel OnGuard, Software House C-Cure 9000, and more. EyeLock will also showcase nano NXT, its portable iris template solution, which it showed off at last year’s ASIS as well.

Technology breakthrough paves the way for wide adoption across mobile, automotive and edge-of-network devices.

EyeLock LLC, a market leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, today announced new technology that authenticates identities at distances of 60 cm, with glasses, contact lenses and daylight.  The technology is architected for implementation across smartphones and mobile devices, as well as automotive, healthcare and other edge-of-network applications. EyeLock's technology represents a breakthrough in proprietary software, security, algorithms and optics, and delivers the most secure, reliable and user-friendly capabilities available in the market today – outperforming the iris recognition solutions available from Samsung, Fujitsu and Microsoft Lumia.

Iris scan technologies crowned as the winner with most long-term potential.

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Representatives of four different forms of biometric identification—facial recognition, iris scan, fingerprint, and hand geometry—each made a case for their biometric being most prevalent in the future at TechSec Solutions 2016.

Center is a catalyst for enhanced capabilities serving the IoT market.

NEW YORK, May 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- EyeLock LLC, a market leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, today announced the opening of an IoT Center of Excellence in Austin, Texas to strengthen and expand the development of embedded iris biometric applications.

More reliable than most biometrics, Iris-identity authentication solutions are catching on, with one company looking to turn the technology into an everyday utility.

In the ongoing quest for secure authentication and data protection, iris-based identity authentication solutions stand out as one of the most the innovative and reliable tools. And given the legal industry’s relationship with clients at the forefront of data protection technologies, this technology may soon become the standard for many law firms and legal departments.

NEW YORK, March 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- EyeLock LLC, a market leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, today announced it has entered into a partnership with PSA Security Network, the world's largest electronic security cooperative.  Through this partnership, PSA integrators will offer EyeLock's market leading iris biometrics products to their vast customer base.

You know how we come across or hear about new revolutionary technology almost every day. Autonomous cars, vehicle automation, inductive charging, to name a few. What if I told you soon there will be a technology that will allow you to start your car with a scan of your eyes instead of the ignition switch? As unbelieveable as that sounds, a New York-based company that provides advanced iris based identity management technology solutions - EyeLock - is working on an iris identity authentication technology to validate the driver and authorise the start of the vehicle.

2016 BIG Innovation Award Winners and Finalists Announced by the Business Intelligence Group

Steve Jobs famously said, “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower,” and today the Business Intelligence Group named 47 companies as leaders and winners in the 2016 BIG Innovation Awards. This annual business awards program recognizes those who have brought new ideas to life and seek to change the way we all experience the world.

Tired of having to remember PINs, or having a wallet full of plastic cards? Well, if EyeLock has its way, you eventually won't have to. Teaming up with self-service tech company Diebold, it's created a prototype automated teller that has no keypad, card reader or screen. Known as the Irving concept, it utilizes an iris scanner and an app instead.
Here's how Irving works …