UPEK Eikon Fingerprint

USB Drive


Security gurus recommend what they call “three-factor” authentication.” That means requiring users to prove their identity with something they know, (say, a password) something they have (like a physical token) and something they are (such as a fingerprint). A cheap USB stick from UPEK incorporates all three for around $75. The thumb drive uses RSA software to generate a changing password every minute, ensuring the user has the drive in hand. And it also incorporates a fingerprint reader to make sure the tiny gadget hasn’t been stolen.

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 16th April 2009

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