PRLog - Aug. 21, 2014 - SAN DIEGO -- Face Guardian (http://www.faceguardian.com/)
Screenshot of the Face Guardian interface. Williams-Ellis/Shutterstock.com
"Millions of 'selfies' are taken each day without a second thought," said Ian Koskela, Chief Executive Officer of Face Data, Inc., the company behind Face Guardian. "People are creating a complex digital fingerprint – and often they don't realize the impact that can have on their future."
Even if a name is not attached, face photos contain biometric data that can be used to reveal someone's identity. Face Guardian provides a new layer of identity security on the web to address this problem. The product is ideal for individuals concerned about their personal image – whether in the work place, school, or just in everyday life.
Users can visit Face Guardian’s website and sign up to monitor one photo for free. The photo selection is done through Facebook Connect and notifications of face matches are delivered via email. Users can log into the Face Guardian portal (http://www.faceguardian.com/
Face Guardian is an identity theft monitoring service of Face Data, Inc., established in 2012. Face Data is devoted to creating new, productive uses for face recognition technology.
For more information, visit the website at: http://www.faceguardian.com.
Face Data, Inc.
100 W A St. #900D
San Diego, CA 92101