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Fingerprint security & biometrics: Three major myths busted
Contrary to what many people assume biometric readers aren't foolproof. They have their own set of unique vulnerabilities. Fingerprints can be stolen.
Gemalto puts final touches on 3M Identity Management acquisition
Gemalto has put the final touches on its acquisition of 3M’s Identity Management Business - a deal worth $850 million.
Biometrics allows SMBs to snap selfies for loan applications
Snap a selfie to satisfy security? Australian small businesses now have the option of snapping selfies as part of their loan application process.
What do millennials want? Biometrics, easy payments and progressive tech, according to Visa
It might seem incredibly easy (or incredibly difficult) to figure out what millennials want. Visa reckons it knows how they like to pay for things.
Microsoft launches ‘phone signin’ for Android and iOS - but what about its Windows Phone?
Microsoft has launched 'phone sign-in’ specifically for Microsoft accounts on Android and iOS - but what about Windows Phones?
ANZ Bank to roll out voice biometrics for high value transactions
From mid-2017, ANZ customers will be able to use their voice to transfer more than $1000 through ANZ’s mobile apps.
Could voice biometrics in contact centres be the next hot trend?
Consumers are in favour of voice biometrics when dealing with contact centres, according to a new survey by NICE.
Australia gets first taste of virtual alternative to face-to-face identity verification
South African company e4 claims it has launched Australia’s very first real-time, virtual alternative to face-to-face identity verification.
Suprema ups biometric sensor game to provide ‘world’s fastest matching speed’
"By providing super-fast matching with low-end performance, BioSign 2.0 is set to change the game."
Biometrics tech to be worth $9.6 billion by 2022
Facial recognition technology is on the rise. The 2D and 3D biometrics industry will be worth $9.6 billion in revenue by 2022.
'Highly fragmented' two-factor biometrics market set to grow
"The market appears to be highly fragmented, due to the presence of several small regional vendors and large multinationals."
Frost & Sullivan: Fintech security needs to catch up
Frost & Sullivan study says government agencies, SMEs & startups will need to work together if Australia is to become a leader in Fintech innovation.
Biometric security enters the IoT ecosystem
"After establishing a foundation in smartphones and user authentication, the biometrics market is branching out and entering the IoT ecosystem."
Big things are on the horizon for biometrics security
"Consumers are increasingly putting their trust behind biometric-based authentication and searching for security, convenience, and personalisation."
Biometrics, federated identities, data security: The biggest disruptors for e-commerce
“Digital commerce is already worth around $1.7 trillion a year, but it still has so far to go. Happily, exciting new ideas are on the way.”
Passwords being phased out in favour of biometrics
Whilst passwords can be changed, a fingerprint cannot, meaning any future accounts protected with biometric data could be compromised.”