Chief scientist Reza Derakhshani (left) and CEO and founder Toby Rush of EyeVerify.
Chief scientist Reza Derakhshani (left) and CEO and founder Toby Rush of EyeVerify. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Chief scientist Reza Derakhshani (left) and CEO and founder Toby Rush of EyeVerify. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

EyeVerify gets $6 million more in equity funding

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