Galois, a Portland-based company that focuses on cyber security primarily for the U.S. government, is the final winner of the fourth round of NSTIC pilots.
Galois and its partners will build a tool that relies on biometric authentication to enable the storing and sharing of private information online. They also intend to develop transit ticketing on smart phones, integrating the secure system into an Internet of Things (IoT) enabled smart home.
Galois Identity Research Lead Isaac Potoczny-Jones spoke with Regarding ID’s Gina Jordan about the project, which involves two separate production pilots.
We’ve featured HealthIDx and MorphoTrust USA previously. MorphoTrusts latest round of funding, will focus on an electronic ID that prevents state tax refund theft. HealthIDx is developing a privacy-enhancing technology that protects patients’ identity and information.