bioChec Awarded U.S. Patent No. 7,509,686
March 2009 -- Checco Services Inc. has been awarded U.S. Patent No.
7,509,686 for its bioChec keystroke biometric technology. The technology includes the
capability to identify or authenticate a person by their typing pattern. "The bioChec
technology has an unlimited potential in multi-factor authentication," states CTO John C.
Checco. The technology is offered through a Software-as-a-Service hosted solution, and
maintains compliance with the FFIEC guidance on multi-factor authentication for online
April 2008 -- "Protect yourself," I read, "use the rhythm method." But I'm not even Catholic, I'm about to protest until I realize the tagline refers to the rhythm of my typing on the keyboard. The punchy slogan touts bioChec, a company selling keystroke-biometrics security solutions. And unlike that other rhythm method, this one actually works.
"Intelligence and Warning America" Interview
October 2005 -- IWA speaks to John Checco about the potential for keystroke biometrics.
NASDAQ Opening Bell
January 2004 -- John Checco, president of bioChec, attended the opening of NASDAQ as one of the premier guests of the Wall Street Technology Association. bioChec's parent company, Checco Services, Inc. has been providing web-based and information security services to the WSTA since 1997.
Site Map | Contact