Microsoft’s Windows Hello offers users some great advantages to be safer and secure whether it is logging in to a computer or signing into a website that requires a password. It is fast, has enterprise-grade security from the online threats and is reliable.

Studies show more than 80 percent of people use the same password across multiple web sites, managing around 20-30 different accounts. When the same password is used across several sites, compromising one account can expose many others to abuse. Log in credentials are such an important layer in securing your device because malicious actors can use social engineering, phishing, or keylogging techniques to steal passwords from your device, or compromise the server where the passwords are stored.

As days go by, protecting your online identity in a digital world is a major concern especially when you are dealing with hundreds of websites, and often times it is a pain to remember all those passwords. Today, Microsoft is announcing a new biometric device in partnership with Token that takes the best advantage of Windows Hello and gives you the best sign-in experience you can imagine.

With its simple design, Token – a biometric identity ring changing the way you prove and protect your identity by streamlining the process of authentication throughout your day – logs you into Windows 10 seamlessly in a way that feels natural and familiar.

Chris Hallum, Microsoft, said:

We’re thrilled to work with Token to make the Windows Hello experience even better. With its wearable design, Token logs you into Windows 10 seamlessly in a way that feels natural and familiar.

To learn more about Token, visit