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Further Update: 7-Year Military Use of Expanded Password System

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We recently incorporated the references to the publication of our article by Taylor & Francis and the selection of our proposition as a finalist for “FDATA Global Open Finance Summit & Awards 2019” quoted in the chapter of ‘History of Expanded Password System’ of  History, Current Status and Future Scenarios of Expanded Password System".

We have further added the references to the confirmation of 7-year military use of Expanded Password System for the most demanding application in the most demanding environment as well as the video interview titled ‘Expanded Password System’ by US-based Risk Group LLC, at the end of the text. Also added is the latest summary of our digital identity enterprise.


Towards the end of January, I was invited by US-based Risk Group LLC for a video interview on the subject of identity assurance. By the interview titled ‘Expanded Password System’ I was able to convey the huge merits of making use of our episodic image memory for digital identity to quite a few security professionals.

Separately, we are now able to confirm a successful 7-year military use of Expanded Password System for the most demanding application in the most demanding environment.

We had a contract in 2013 of supplying Mnemonic Guard (brand in Japan for Expanded Password System) to Japan's Ground Self-Defense Forces (alias, Army) amid the strong headwind of biometrics.

The Mnemonic Guard software was loaded on a hardened Windows machine mounted on communications-hub vehicles deployed in the field for encrypted information exchange. We have now been told that the soldiers wish to keep using the Mnemonic Guard with upgrade to Windows 10 after the 7-year use to their satisfaction.

The 7-year use substantiates our belief that Expanded Password System enables the soldiers to make use of their unforgettable image memories, making the login very pressure-proof. This development is pushing our back to bring forward the plan of setting up the global headquarters.

Below is the latest summary of our digital identity enterprise.

We are the first company to provide the software products for Expanded Password System (EPS) that accepts images as well as texts, which is intended to be a legitimate successor to the time-honored seals, autographs and text-only password systems. 

Our EPS software and applied solutions offer ‘Hard-to-Forget’, ‘Hard-to-Break’, ‘Panic-Proof’ digital identity authentication. The software can be used stand-alone, as the master-password of password-managers and single-sign-on services, as a factor of multi-factor authentication schemes and as a fallback measure of biometrics.

The versatile practicability of the EPS software is demonstrated by the 7-year use by army soldiers in the field as well as the 5-year online use by up to 140, 000 digital shoppers. What is practicable in the most demanding environment for the most demanding application can be easily practiced in everyday environments for everyday applications; the reverse is not true, though.

The solid theory of our EPS proposition is endorsed by publishing by Taylor & Francis and selection as a finalist by Financial Data and Technology Association for ‘Summit and Awards 2019’. We are quickly getting recognized as Pioneer and Thought Leader in this domain.

We are on the global identity verification market, which a research company projects to reach US$12.8 billion in 2024 with a CAGR of 16%. https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/identity-verification-market-178660742.html

 As an advocate of low-friction and panic-proof identity authentication, we intend to provide the sort of customer support that the panicked, the elderly, the electronically illiterate and those under heavy pressure can access easily without friction, recruiting human responders even though it is against the current trend of saving costs by recruiting robots. It will offer the job opportunity to the e-literate retired elderly who are able to work part-time from home globally on the web.

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