Imagine for a moment; one of our government agents is somewhere in an unfriendly country and attempts to sign into the home based network somewhere in the US using his laptop. A unique security program, iDentifyME, activates the sensors on his computer to authenticate the agent. The perpetual authentication process indicates that his heartbeat is significantly higher than his baseline and continues to rise. His facial thermal image confirms the higher heartbeat rate. His rapid and irregular eye movements, in addition to the behavioral analytic, indicates fear and further confirms imminent danger. Furthermore, the GPS location indicates the agent is stationary, in an unusual location on a remote road and in an un-populated area. The combined deviations from the baseline authentication values for this agents triggers an alert for the attending security officer, and switches from automatic authentication to a manual process. The security officer will then have the opportunity to act immediately according to the agency policies.