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|Company (that provides the nominated product / solution / service)||HYPR|
|Company size (employees)||10 to 49|
|Type of solution||Software|
In 3 bullets, summarize why this product or service is different from the competition and deserves recognition:
HYPR delivers a password-less security experience ideal for the IoT in terms of the needed security and usability without compromising on either.
HYPR-Secure technology provide a best-in-class user experience for connected and autonomous vehicles on use cases ranging from simple vehicle access to payments made to and from the vehicle.
By integrating the interoperable HYPR IoT authentication suite, automakers, third parties and even governments can build out the connected and autonomous vehicle ecosystem without the worry of security or usability flaws that stifle this progress.
HYPR’s Biometric Security for the Internet of Things, HYPR-2, ensures that no matter how smart your car is, your security keeps pace with its intelligent features. The convenience an IoT brings also opens us up to many more attack vectors. HYPR delivers biometric vehicle security providing vehicle and fleet owners the best security on the market with a seamless experience befitting of the IoT’s needed for convenience and to fuel IoT adoption. Drivers and those driven by connected and fully autonomous vehicles can authenticate to the vehicle and to third parties from the vehicle via voice, face/selfie, touch, eye, and palm scan without storing biometrics. Features HYPR enables through this multimodal security and usability solution include remote start, lock/unlock, infotainment, navigation and comfort settings. Additionally, HYPR provides the ability to remit payments via automobile and from the vehicle to third parties such as the automaker’s financial arm, insurers, fuel stations and quick-service food establishments. The HYPR solution breaks a longstanding rule that says security and usability are inversely proportional, a rule that if enforced by legacy solutions would stifle the emergence of our fully connected driver and passenger experience.