Fiberio takes system security to a new level. Traditional systems are non-secure in the sense that users authenticate too broadly: once users have swept their badge or scanned their fingerprint, the system is open for anyone until the system eventually "auto locks", often minutes later. Fiberio, in contrast, authenticates users continuously in the background--by scanning their fingerprints every time the user interacts with its touchscreen. This allows Fiberio to implement a new authentication model. In this new model, authentication is only good for the very instant the user touches it. This eliminates the need for timeouts and thus the risk of unauthorized access.
How Fiberio is different from the iPhone 5S: on the iPhone 5S (or laptop or workstation or whatever) once a user is logged in, anyone taking the device can access the owner's images and send email from the owner's email account. With Fiberio there is no such risk. Think of it as James Bond's weapon in the movies License to kill or Skyfall--the device cannot be operated except by its owner.
Fiberio is also multi-user capable. Since Fiberio sends authentication information directly to the touched object rather than the entire system, two or more users can interact simultaneously with everyone accessing contents using their own credentials.