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Displaying items by tag: biometric

GUEST INTERVIEW: With passwords and traditional two-factor authentication no longer as secure as it once was, Yubico's evolving YubiKeys have been the next-gen answer, with the new YubiKey Bio now another step above in delivering an ever more secure environment, Geoff Schomburgk joined us again at iTWireTV to explain this and plenty more.

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: With passwords and traditional two-factor authentication no longer as secure as it once was, Yubico's evolving YubiKeys have been the next-gen answer, with the new YubiKey Bio now another step above in delivering an ever more secure environment, Geoff Schomburgk joined us again at iTWireTV to explain this and plenty more.

Published in Guest Interviews

With the claim of "cutting edge biometric and document verification", the Australian founded identify verification solution, greenID, has been seriously upgraded. 

Published in Security

Fujitsu PalmSecure is a biometric authentication solution with palm vein scanning, successfully in use for well over a decade to secure computers, building ATMs, manage stadium entry, building access and more.

Published in Security

The latest research expects plenty more handsets featuring facial recognition in 2018 alone, with the figure to grow to over a billion by 2020. 

Published in Mobility

If you’ve ever forgotten your password, iris scanners have arrived too, courtesy of Fujitsu in Japan, adding to biometric fingerprint reader features.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 18 November 2010 18:48

I've got a finger to ride

While a new survey suggests almost a third of Australians are comfortable about providing a biometric to prove their identity when travelling on public transport, they shouldn't according to the NSW Council of Civil Liberties. 'People can catch a train with a ticket - why do they need a fingerprint?' asked president Cameron Murphy.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 30 September 2010 19:53

Smart technology for problem gamblers: PM

The Government will investigate the use of a variety of "pre-commitment" technologies, including the possible use of a biometric fingerprint, to help track and curb the losses of problem gamblers, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 03:27

Australia to require biometric visas

Australia will spend $69 million building the technology infrastructure for biometric checks of visa applicants from countries considered a high risk of producing potential terrorists as part of Government's long-awaited Counter-Terrorism White Paper.
Published in Government Tech Policy

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