[Dave Birch] Jonathan Craymer and Stephen Howes are the inventors of the GrIDsure system and founders of GrIDsure Limited. GrIDsure is a “visual PIN” system, which replaces a simple numeric PIN with a pattern-based alternative. In this podcast, they tell us where the idea came from and where they hope it might go.

You can download this and other podcasts in both iPod (MP4) and MP3 format from the Consult Hyperion podcast page, where you can also subscribe to the podcast RSS feed. If you have iTunes, you can find the podcasts in the iTunes Store: just search for “Consult Hyperion” in the podcasts area and you can click and subscribe. Alternatively, you can click on this iTunes link.

1 comment

  1. As someone who works in the identity space I have been subscribing to this podcast for some time now and it has been an excellent resource.
    This podcast was of specific interest to me as my company does something very similar. I work for Vidoop and we have a OpenID provider at http://myVidoop.com that also has a integrated password manager that will store all your online passwords. making them accessible from anywhere.
    All your data is protected by our two-factor authentication ImageShield, which is phishing, man-in-the-middle, and shoulder surfing resistant. Using our ImageShield a random access code is generated every time you login. As you know studies have shown it is easier to recognize images than recall a complicated password.
    We have an excellent video describing how our ImageShield protects your data here: http://www.vidoop.com/products/overview
    I would love to see a comparison of the different image based login systems 🙂
    Cheers,
    Kevin

Leave a Reply


Subscribe to our newsletter

You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.

By accepting the Terms, you consent to Consult Hyperion communicating with you regarding our events, reports and services through our regular newsletter. You can unsubscribe anytime through our newsletters or by emailing us.
%d bloggers like this: