HackMIT: Hack to the Future In the past couple of months, UnifyID has been busy attending university hackathons at MIT and UC Berkeley. What this means is hours and hours of...

I get mixed up with my friend Eric a lot. In the picture above, I’m on the left and Eric is on the right. We have similar builds, wear glasses, and although Eric will tell...

In my previous blog post “How I stopped worrying and embraced docker microservices” I talked about why Microservices are the bees knees for scaling Machine...

60 hours after I wrapped up my second year at UC Berkeley, I walked into the UnifyID office for my first day as a software engineering intern. I was not sure what to expect, but I...

This summer we ran our largest internship program yet at UnifyID. We hosted an immensely talented group of 16 interns who joined us for 3 months, and there was never a dull...

Company Uses Behavioral and Environmental Factors, Not Passwords, to Identify Users SAN FRANCISCO, CA – August 1, 2017 – UnifyID is leading the development of an...

PDF of full paper: Vulnerability of deep learning-based gait biometric recognition to adversarial perturbations Full-size poster image: Vulnerability of deep learning-based...

PDF of full paper: Smile in the face of adversity much? A print based spoofing attack Full-size poster image: Smile in the face of adversity much? A print based spoofing...

Lack of diversity in tech has been a long-standing problem, but in recent months it’s become increasingly apparent that inclusion is more than an aspirational need....

Last weekend, UnifyID was invited to attend Andreessen Horowitz’s 4th annual Battle of the Hacks at their headquarters in Menlo Park—an exclusive hackathon for the...