“Over the medium to long term, each person will have a digital identity”

By Sophie D., 01/18/2022

Unissey (formerly Deepsense) is developing a facial biometric authentication solution for a more secure digital world. A technology that lives with its time. The director and founder of Unissey, Yassine Mountacif, tells us more in this interview.

Yassine’s interview on digital identity

In an interview with the business magazine La Vie Éco, Yassine Mountacif, director and founder of Unissey, tells us more about the creation of this young startup specialized in facial biometric authentication. Who is the solution developed by Unissey aimed at? What are the examples of daily applications? What are the upcoming projects?

“The solution we are developing responds to the current urgency to secure access to the digital world and to the various regulations in force on this subject.”

Yassine Mountacif, CEO & Founder of UNISSEY

Indeed, as we have seen during the health crisis that has accelerated our movements and transactions in the digital world, there is an urgent need to secure our data. Unissey’s mission is to provide a simple and efficient solution that is perfectly in line with the protection standards in force such as the RGPD or the CNIL regulations.

A solution for both businesses and end users. Everyday, access the digital world with a single identity, in complete security.

Want to know more about Unissey? Click on the link below to read the founder’s interview in detail.

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