Myki pushes convenience and security

Myki pushes convenience and security
Karim Abou Sleiman, quality assurance engineer, Myki.
Published: 12 October 2017 - 7:06 a.m.

Myki is an app that solves the password problem in the world, according to Karim Abou Sleiman, quality assurance engineer, Myki.

"We all have multiple accounts and we either struggle to remember the different passwords for various accounts, or we compromise security by having the same password for each account," explains Sleiman.

"We found a solution that enables you to have both security and convenience. Instead of typing your password whenever you enter your email account or internet banking or social media, you use your fingerprint instead, which you can't forget and can't be hacked," he adds.

If you don't have a fingerprint system on your smart phone you can use a six digit pin code instead and there's been a lot of interest in the GITEX Future Stars exhibitor. "GITEX has given us access to a few investors who have expressed interest in the company and we've also met people from other companies that may prove valuable collaboration partners," says Sleiman.


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