oneID is a software company that makes it simple to be secure online, across all your devices - for free. Log in to website and your computer with a click, when you surf the web, your information is auto-saved and auto-filled, and you get to choose when and where you want extra security with the built-in approvals using your mobile phone or Apple Watch.
Founded by Silicon Valley visionary and serial entrepreneur Steve Kirsch, oneID wants to replace the current username/password digital identity paradigm with an entirely new approach that helps people manage and secure their digital identity across all devices using public key cryptography instead of shared secrets (such as passwords).
oneID is software that runs in four different places: browsers, mobile devices, websites, and the cloud. All of these elements combine to make it dead-simple to use, super secure, preserves privacy, and gives people control over the use of their personal information.
oneID is free for people, and you can visit http://www.oneid.com to learn more.
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|Apr 22, 2015||TechCrunch - Two New Apple Watch Apps, Knock And oneID, Let You Unlock Your Mac From Your Wrist (And More)|
|Mar 5, 2015||The Verge - I, Casey Newton, interviewed a man named Casey Newton about his startup|
|Feb 18, 2015||PRNewswire Asia - Notey Raises US$1.6mm Creating a Window to the Blogosphere|
|May 30, 2014||Techworld - Data breaches aren't about credit cards or passwords. What is at risk here are people's identities|
|Dec 10, 2013||Techworld - 3 reasons bitcoins aren't in your wallet yet|
|Aug 14, 2013||TechCrunch - Founder Stories: Serial Entrepreneur Steven Kirsch On Building A Remote Engineering Team|
|May 23, 2013||CNet - Two-factor authentication: What you need to know (FAQ) - CNET|
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