EyeVerify co-founders Reza Derakhshani (left), chief scientist, and Toby Rush, CEO, displayed in 2014 the eye- scanning smartphone app that provides secure logins when matched with the owner’s captured eye scans. EyeVerify Inc., founded in Kansas City, has been sold to Ant Financial, a financial services group. EyeVerify will keep its headquarters in Kansas City.
EyeVerify co-founders Reza Derakhshani (left), chief scientist, and Toby Rush, CEO, displayed in 2014 the eye- scanning smartphone app that provides secure logins when matched with the owner’s captured eye scans. EyeVerify Inc., founded in Kansas City, has been sold to Ant Financial, a financial services group. EyeVerify will keep its headquarters in Kansas City. David Eulitt file photo by The Kansas City Star
EyeVerify co-founders Reza Derakhshani (left), chief scientist, and Toby Rush, CEO, displayed in 2014 the eye- scanning smartphone app that provides secure logins when matched with the owner’s captured eye scans. EyeVerify Inc., founded in Kansas City, has been sold to Ant Financial, a financial services group. EyeVerify will keep its headquarters in Kansas City. David Eulitt file photo by The Kansas City Star

Success story of KC start-up EyeVerify adds new chapter with sale

September 13, 2016 11:58 AM

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