PixelPin hit the westside of London for InfoSecurity 2019, and what a time it was! This year’s conference was one of the busiest, with over 15,000 security professionals navigating the floor space over three days. From the established corporations to the debuting start-ups, Olympia London lit up with creativity and passion for the future of the technology sector; however, the brightest spot for us, was our very own booth, Q140, in the UK Cyber Security Innovation Zone. This year marked PixelPin’s second turn exhibiting, and, just as the previous year, it was a humbling, enthralling, and educational experience. Our team gathered around over the course of the program, putting our best foot forward to our cyber-peers.
What a time! While we are sad to leave Manchester and the presence of the ticketing world's finest, PixelPin is pleased to have had the amazing experience we did at Ticketing Business Forum 2019. The ticketing market may be diverse, catering to events of all different cultural and deployment backgrounds, but the presence of passwords unifies all companies and segments. And if our three days at Old Tafford Cricket Club are any indication, expect to hear much more about PixelPin and the future of ticketing!
They say that it is significantly easier to remember and reproduce pictures than words. It that actually true? Let us sort it out!
By Angelina Liparteliani, Marketing Assistant for PixelPin Ltd
Find out how PixelPin can ease the process of authentication for people with dyslexia.
We at PixelPin have been always thinking about how people with different disabilities, disorders or memory issues might find it difficult to remember and reproduce alpha-numerical passwords. We have gone deeper into research to understand how PixelPin could help people with dyslexia with its colourful and personal authentication solution. The research has provided us with information about what strategies these people use and how they struggle to remember and reproduce passwords.
We at PixelPin believe that modern authentication should be not only secure and innovative, but also very simple and quick. This will allow our clients think of and spend time on something more important and let us take care of their online safety. — Simple!
Following this, we have presented the technology in 4 easy steps: