Amidst all the headlines surrounding hacking and privacy concerns, the demand for effective protection mechanisms is at an all time high.  An alternative authentication process to the current text-based and biometric password models is the basis for the recent acquisition of early-stage startup SlickLogin by Google.  SlickLogin, the brain-child of three (3) former Israeli Defense Forces cyber security unit team members, is notable due to its use of an encrypted sound played through an enabled site on your computer or tablet.  The patented sound will be inaudible to the human ear, unable to be recorded, and will be a brand-new encrypted sound upon each login attempt.


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Teza White a native of the DC/Metro Region. She is 2013 graduate of The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law and was recently sworn in member of the State of Maryland.  Her interests cover the spectrum of Intellectual Property, Entertainment Law, and Sports Law issues with a focus on copyright, trademark, privacy, free speech, and ethical regulations.

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