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  • Convenience isn't king for consumers signing in

    Consumers ranked security as more important than convenience in logging on to most kinds of app, especially those related to money, according to a global survey by IBM.

    Written by George Nott06 Feb. 18 12:34
  • ATO to listen to voice biometrics

    The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has stated plans to turn on voice authentication to verify customer identities by the end of December at the latest.

    Written by Adam Bender29 May 14 09:39
  • Biometrics eyed for secure future payments

    Biometrics look like the future of authentication for payments, according to payment experts at the Biometrics Institute Asia Pacific Conference in Sydney.

    Written by Adam Bender28 May 14 15:35
Features about authentication
  • What Are the Most Overrated Security Technologies?

    The security community has grown to depend on some basic technologies in the fight against cyber thieves, such as antivirus software and firewalls. But are practitioners clinging to tools that outlived their usefulness long ago? Were those tools ever really useful to begin with?

    Written by Bill Brenner25 March 10 06:53
  • Biometrics: What, Where and Why

    Biometrics encompasses a variety of methods for ensuring identity based on physical or behavioral traits. Conventional identifying traits include fingerprints, face topology, iris structure, hand geometry, vein structure, voice, signature and keystroke recognition. Emerging technologies analyze characteristics such as gait, odor, and ear shape. Rather than being used in isolation, biometrics systems are increasingly becoming multimodal, an approach that serves both to increase security and overcome failure-to-enroll problems.

    Written by Mary Brandel25 March 10 06:41

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