Displaying items by tag: Biometrics

Tuesday, 17 August 2021 08:57

Biometrics: passwords as unique as their users

Guest Opinion: At IDEMIA, we believe the time is now for Australia and New Zealand to transition from the traditional password to a safer and more convenient form of authentication that leverages biometrics.

Published in Business IT

Security specialist Tesserent has invested $600,000 in biometric security firm Daltrey, with a further $1.1 million to follow if growth targets are met.

Published in Listed Tech

FEITIAN has been developing security key and smart card devices to achieve the highest standards of hardware-based passwordless authentication and has now become the world’s first vendor of its kind to achieve the FIDO biometric component certification, an essential requirement to qualify for FIDO level 3 and higher certification.

Published in Security

Biometric authentication is key to future payments in Australia, according to a new survey which reveals that nearly a fifth - or 17% - of Aussies are interested in using a microchip in their hands to make payments easier.

Published in Home Tech

Identity provider Okta claims that its new Okta FastPass is the first truly passwordless login experience across devices, applications, and operating systems including iOS, macOS, Android, and Windows. The company has also announced a number of platform services – some of which are used by FastPass – that accessible to customers and third-party developers.

Published in Security

Digital communications provider Avaya says the integration of AI-enhanced technologies, including biometrics and real-time sentiment analysis to its communication platforms, is enabling organisations to elevate voice as a key user interface for “richer, more seamless, secure customer and employee experiences”.

Published in Market

Authentication with facial recognition will take off this year, according to identity defined security company Ping, which says that advances in biometrics, the mass exposure of personally identifiable information from numerous data breaches, and a blockchain craze will take hold in 2018.

Published in Security
Thursday, 16 November 2017 12:45

Most people have lax password habits, says ME Bank

The message isn't getting through: almost nine out of ten people use the same password with multiple accounts.

Published in Security

Getting a truly thorough and complete medical diagnosis from a handheld portable device is still in the realm of science fiction, but Prizma is our closest 21st century equivalent.

Published in Health

Ping Identity's chief executive and founder, Andre Durand, visited Australia to meet customers and the media, and took the time to talk to iTWire in a video interview.

Published in Security

Credit card company Visa notes “more than half of Australians would prefer to use fingerprints, voice or retina scans in place of PINs when making payments and a quarter are ready for artificial intelligence to do their shopping".

Published in Home Tech

Australians are more concerned about security issues, with public concern now at its highest level in the last 10 years, according to a new study.

Published in Security

Smartphones can be fooled by fake fingerprints that are made up of several common features found in human fingerprints, researchers at New York University and Michigan State University claim.

Published in Mobility

One of the much-heralded security features on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, facial recognition, can be bypassed by using a photo or the face of a sleeping person, reports say.

Published in Mobility

Within one to three years, we will be using facial recognition technology for banking. This is the belief of one of the world's leading developers of biometric applications.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Law enforcement is expected to lead the way in the incorporation of biometrics into wearable technology as concerns mount about privacy issues with data stored in the cloud.

Published in Strategy

Australia has a bright future as a leader in Fintech innovation but to reach that leadership position requires concerted effort from government agencies and established financial institutions, as well as partnerships and research collaboration between banks and start-ups, according to global research company, Frost & Sullivan.

Published in Strategy

Shara Evans, Futurist and CEO of Market Clarity, gave a day 2 closing keynote on ‘CyberCrime: From Sci-Fi to boardroom threat - where the challenges lie in the digital future.’

Published in Security

What are the top 3 digital commerce technology that will do the most to transform e-commerce this year?

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Facial recognition is going mobile, according to a new report, and is just one of the areas that will see ‘particularly strong adoption’ over the next several years.

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