Israel's FST Biometrics has received a $15 million investment from GMF Capital and announced that former Israeli premier Ehud Barak would serve as GMF's representative on the company board.FST Biometrics' In Motion Identification (IMID) solution uses facial recognition and behavioral analytics to authenticate moving users.”Based on my deep knowledge of Israel's security ecosystem and the secure access solutions market, I am convinced that FST Biometrics has developed the market leading Secure Identification solution for today's market and that of the foreseeable future”, said former Prime Minister Barak. “I look forward to supporting the company's efforts.” “The last six months have proven that the market is not only ready for but is actively seeking out our solutions,” said Major General (Res.) Aharon Zeevi Farkash, founder and chief executive officer of FST Biometrics and former Director of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Directorate of Military Intelligence.”GMF Capital's investment is an important validation of our technology and vision while the expertise of Prime Minister Barak and Gary Fegel will be critical in supporting FST's growth and market acceptance over the next few years.”In April, FST Biometrics announced that a partnership with Brazilian residential and facility security firm Groupo Haganá will see the former's In Motion Identification (IMID) technology deployed to enhance the operating level of Haganá's security infrastructure.