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Voice biometrics firm SpeechPro, the US-based subsidiary of STC Group, plans to showcase multi-modal biometric authentication solutions: VoiceKey.AGENT and VoiceKey.FRAUD, at an upcoming trade show.
Israel’s FST Biometrics took home user authentication and access control awards at a recent trade show.
Biometrics service firm Aware has reported financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2017.
Fingerprint sensor firm SecuGen has announced that they will be spotlighting the Hamster Pro 45, a FAP 45 certified two finger and rolled finger reader at the Connect:ID Conference.
Biometric systems and software specialists Aware have release a cloud-based biometric identity solution called Indigo|Onboard.
Franklin County Sheriff's Office is to become the first in the country to use a database of footprints to help officers solve crimes
Former 9/11 Commission border counsel Janice Kephart has said that changes are needed to strengthen the current refugee vetting process.
Norwegian biometrics firm IDEX has announced that it sensors features in a high-profile pilot of a biometric payment card that’s been conducted by Mastercard.
Designed with today’s highly mobile world in mind, the Nomad product line incorporates low-profile, space-saving, lightweight fingerprint sensor technology.
Malaysian biometric and identity firm Iris Corp has revealed plans to partner with Norway's Zwipe for biometric smartcard venture.
The voice-controlled home assistant Google Home now features voice recognition to distinguish between several user accounts.
Students at a Mumbai chemical college succeeded in spoofing a fingerprint attendance device with fake fingerprints.
Biometric election tech firm Smartmatic say a face recognition app could make voting more accessible for Brits, as the country prepares for a snap election.
Mastercard has revealed a biometric card combining chip technology with fingerprints, with trials underway already in South Africa.
A coming shift towards mobile or digital driving licences that many expect will occur in the next decade – or sooner – will have major ramifications for the identity industry.
Japanese tech firm NEC has announced the launch of new software that uses facial recognition for identity confirmation with mobile services.
Florida-based biometrics firm Sonavation has entered a commercial licensing agreement with Analog Devices related to the former's ultrasonic biometric sensor technology.
Iris device firm EyeLock has received a patent for mobility identity platforms it has developed.
The European Commission has cleared the proposed acquisition of France-based Morpho by Advent International of the US.
While policy creation for the use of biometric technologies at national borders remains a matter for government, best practices and guiding principles for effective deployment can be built through collaboration between the industry’s global stakeholders, says Isabelle Moeller, Chief Executive of the Biometrics Institute.
Planet Biometrics has quizzed two experts from one of the leaders in face recognition tech, MorphoTrak.
Security always seems to come down to these either-or propositions, but it doesn’t have to.
Planet Biometrics quizzes Joey Pritikin, Tascents VP of Marketing and Product Management, about the development of the InSight One.
With the rise in mobile banking and transactions, organisations are starting to realise the importance of technology in enhancing the user experience.
Flexible fingerprint sensors can bring value and boost the implementation of fingerprint imaging technology in five key industries.
Document, banknote and securities authentication firm Regula discusses the latest industry trends and their company's history.
Swedish biometric data capture and enrollment firm Speed Identity discusses the latest industry trends and their company's history with Planet Biometrics.
There are several factors companies must consider before relying on physical biometric technology to authenticate users in an online environment
In Jordan, a biometrics-backed project launched by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is helping Syrian refugees lead a normal life.