The iPhone 8 and iPhone X have finally launched.  This time around the rumor mill got the new features and specs pretty spot on too.  Arguably, the most impressive feature between them is FaceID.

This is more than just very cool technology to show your friends at the bar.  There is a deeper understanding of what Apple has done to the future of digital security.  Cyber security has proven to be one of the biggest threats to technology and taking on this threat is extremely complicated.  First, we all need antivirus, then added anti-malware, anti-spam services for our email, increasingly complex passwords with special characters.  The list goes on, but the point is, software companies have, until now, put the problem of cyber security at the feet of the user.

This is what has truly made FaceID a game-changer not just for Apple, but for all hardware manufacturers.  The future of laptop, tablet and smartphone security will all trace their steps back to this day, where biometric security changed from being a fad, to a serious and effective component in the war on cyber security.

Only Apple could look at the tangled web of device security and produce an elegant and seamless, yet powerful and infallible solution.

The advent of EDI FaceID

 

The development team here at XEDI have also been working with biometric security standards to bring you unprecedented security when accessing your confidential business documents.  In the coming months, we will be showcasing these advancements and giving users the opportunity to use them first hand.

In the meantime, I invite you to take a tour of the system so you can take advantage of the incredible benefits XEDI can offer your company today.

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