Nymi is the wearable authentication technology that allows users to take control of their identity through cardiac rhythm identification.
Nymi allows its users to wirelessly take control of their computers, their smartphones, their cars and so much more. When the user clasps the Nymi around his or her wrist, it powers on. By placing a finger on the topside sensor while the wrist is in contact with the bottom sensor, the user completes an electrical circuit.
Nymi functions on a 3-factor security system and because of that its users don’t have to sacrifice their security and privacy.
Nymi is built upon the principles of Privacy by Design, which means that only the owner can control and access his or her identity and personal information.
Nymi was launched in 2011.
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