If you need to know who posted a transaction, a blog, a comment, a tweet or a video, you can be sure that they left behind a Bio-Chronometric Signature
Based on research at the University of Oxford, Bio-Chronometrics are a giant leap forward in online identity
Oxford Biochronometrics is the creator of the Bio-Chronometric Signature, algorithmically derived from bio-chronometric markers that can not be copied. They are created when a person interacts with almost any modern computing device that can accept human-initiated input.
In 2012, researchers from the University of Oxford decided to commercialise their research, making an extraordinary advance in the field of Online Identity Management.
Big Data and Oxford
How Big Data got a whole lot smarter.
Neural Networks and AI
Self Learning Decision Trees are the key to AI.
Linking Online Identities to Real People
Using cross-correlation of bio-chronometric signatures, identifying the person behind the online identity is what makes this such a powerful technology.
Tie multiple accounts (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google et al) to a bio-chronometric signature, and then watch where else the signature appears, such as buying a DVD or ordering a Pizza.
Online Banking Fraud Continues to Rise in 2012
Malware and Phishing, the two engines of cybercrime, continued to cause significant losses in 2012, however, both are fully detectable when using bio-chronometric signatures to distinguish between genuine customer behaviour and that of malware or phishing.
Combined with jCript, bio-chonometrics are a formidable counter-measure for online banking.
Reliable Cross-Corelation Means Suspects Can be Tracked
If you can correlate multiple online identities into a single bio-chronometric signature, then you can track suspects no matter where they are, what device/IP they are using or how many accounts they have.
There is no technology more powerful, without being invasive and high risk.