Identity Vault Card Prevents Identity Theft and Protects Data

The new Identity Vault Card, recently launched by BluStor, takes aim at preventing identity theft before it happens to you or your business. Repetitive, weak or stolen passwords account for over 80% of all identity theft and data breaches in today’s world.  The Identity Vault solution tackles that problem head-on by generating strong passwords for every online application that you and your family access – all protected by your biometrics.

Identity Vault Card

“While other identity theft companies focus on monitoring and alerting, BluStor has taken a hardline focus on preventing hackers from ever getting in your front-door”, said Finis Conner, founder and CEO of BluStor.

Identity Vault Card is a powerful wireless credit-card-sized computer that enables you to stay in control of your passwords and other personal information by storing that data directly on a card that you carry, unattached from any cloud or online network.  Identity Vault Card amplifies your security by allowing you to use biometrics, such as a fingerprint or palm print, as the keys to unlocking access to the information stored on your card.

Equipped with a 32-bit microprocessor and a rechargeable battery, the Identity™ platform packs the power found in many smartphones and supports the ability to grow through additional applications and integration with many other systems.   Compatible with most Bluetooth devices and with 2 Gigabytes (GB) of expandable flash storage (unprecedented in this form factor), you can securely store and manage your passwords and other critical data such as credit card numbers, insurance, health, and emergency contact information without needing to connect over poorly secured Wi-Fi or cellular data connections.

About BluStor

 BluStor PMC, Inc. is a market leader in identity theft prevention and mobile data security.   BluStor’s Identity™ platform is a computer the size and weight of a credit card that operates independent from any cloud or physical network and is locked behind the user’s biometrics, making it virtually invulnerable to hackers, malware, or ransomware.  BluStor is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

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Source: BluStor PMC, Inc.

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