Cara Stone, LLP (“Cara Stone”) is very pleased to announce that the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School recently identified Cara Stone’s client, UnicusID, as a top-15 “most fundable company” of 2018. Pepperdine’s Most Fundable Companies program reviewed each company’s business model, market size, management team, board of advisors, and the extent of competitive advantage the company has gained. UnicusID ( was selected as a finalist based on these factors out of 2,500 applicants (, a terrific honor for a small company which has bootstrapped itself into the biometric authentication industry.

Personal data creation, use, and management is a significant concern given recent upswings in cyber attacks, hacking, and personal data theft. Biometric authentication—proving you are who you say you are—has opened a new security avenue. UnicusID uses smartphones to biometrically authenticate users to authorize transactions and security access. Public and private organizations of all sizes and industries can benefit from technology that can distinguish biological traits for nearly instantaneous personal verification. UniscusID works with companies in identity theft protection, credit card/financial fraud, document security, medical fraud protection, and online console and casino gaming.

As general counsel, Cara Stone positions UnicusID for funding and growth by stewarding its corporate structure, intellectual property, investments, and contract negotiations. Cara Stone could not be more pleased that UnicusID’s hard work and calculated risks earned it this prestigious and rare award from the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s distinguished program. Congratulations, UnicusID!


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