Incognia featured on ABC News Radio's July 4th special

ABC News Radio’s three-hour July 4th special, “Turning To Tech”, featured Incognia as it explored how Americans use passwordless technology while sheltering in place.

"Hosted by Alex Stone,  ABC News Radio’s three-hour July 4th special, “Turning To Tech,” explores how Americans are using technology while sheltering in place and how it may continue to play a role in our daily lives moving forward. From exercising at home, to virtually visiting the doctor, some aspects of the technology we turned toward may stick with us for a while."

Listen to the 5 minute segment on passwordless technology to hear Incognia's CEO & Co-founder, André Ferraz, talk about how behavioral biometrics can remove friction for end users and protect their privacy.

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