Financial

This section provides readers with all the news, press releases and reports on the Financial sector…

Latest Headlines

IBIA welcomes 7 new members 28 July 2017

The International Biometrics + Identity Association (IBIA) has announced that seven new members have joined. 


FST case study highlights Singtel project 28 July 2017

Israel's FST Biometrics has published a case study on a project that saw it provide biometric access to Singaporean telecoms leader SingTel's employees.


Biometrics Institute releases results from 2017 Industry Tracker 28 July 2017

The Biometrics Institute has released to its members the full report on the findings of the 2017 Biometrics Institute Industry Tracker 


NEC facial recognition adopted by major cities across Georgia 28 July 2017

Japanese tech firm NEC has announced that it has provided an advanced surveillance system for cities utilizing facial recognition to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia,

Features

Guest blog: Physical attributes versus behavioural patterns – The privacy debate

There are several factors companies must consider before relying on physical biometric technology to authenticate users in an online environment


Feature: Mobile identity and unlocking the DNA of trust

For financial service providers this  presents significant opportunities to better engage with customers in a much more personalised way, 
 


Blog: A guide for banks in choosing biometric systems

Banks must consider factors such as performance, usability, regulation and security when selecting biometric solutions.


Samsung mounts biometric offensive on Apple with S6 sensor, Samsung Pay

The Samsung Galaxy S6’s fingerprint sensor has been singled out for praise by tech critics – especially over its swipe-based predecessor.


EAB launches pan-European research consortium

A pan-European consortium that aims to foster links between the region’s academia, industry players and governments for better biometrics innovation was officially inaugurated in London yesterday.


More articles

Sponsored Links

FST Biometrics In-Motion Identification by FST Biometrics It is no longer necessary to sacrifice convenience in the name of security. Organizations can now provide employees and guests with quick and easy access without sacrificing security. Utilizing in-motion identification enables corporations to save on infrastructure costs and provide employees with more time for productive work.
NEXT Biometrics Next holds a unique and patented Active Thermal Principle technology that enables sales of high quality finger sensor modules at mass market compatible price levels.

Twitter Feed