Reza Derakhshani, chief scientist, left, and Toby Rush, CEO and founder of EyeVerify, have invented and developed an eye scanning app that provides secure logins when matched with the phone owner's captured eye scans.
Reza Derakhshani, chief scientist, left, and Toby Rush, CEO and founder of EyeVerify, have invented and developed an eye scanning app that provides secure logins when matched with the phone owner's captured eye scans. David Eulitt File photo by The Kansas City Star
Reza Derakhshani, chief scientist, left, and Toby Rush, CEO and founder of EyeVerify, have invented and developed an eye scanning app that provides secure logins when matched with the phone owner's captured eye scans. David Eulitt File photo by The Kansas City Star

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