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  • Biometric Trends for 2017
    Biometric Trends for 2017 Alan Goode, Managing Director, Goode Intelligence Recorded: Dec 8 2016 59 mins
    Biometrics is one of the hottest topics in technology and cybersecurity markets today. The use of biometrics to enable user authentication and identity assurance is an essential improvement over usernames and passwords, and innovations in mobile devices, wearables, and other technologies is helping bring biometrics to mainstream audiences.

    As the new year approaches, it’s an opportune time to take a look at how innovations in related technology are going to impact biometrics, and how different markets, including healthcare and financial services, could be deploying biometric authentication in 2017.
  • The Password is Dead
    The Password is Dead John Callahan, CTO, Veridium Recorded: Aug 11 2016 55 mins
    In 2015, 63 percent of all confirmed data breaches were the result of weak, default, or stolen passwords. In fact, this was the second primary cause of all data breaches, globally, according to the 2016 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.

    The death of passwords has been heralded for over a decade now, but these reports were often greatly exaggerated. However, in recent years this has begun to change, as new technologies are allowing companies to change how they secure access to digital assets. From traditional usernames and passwords to two-factor authentication, outdated security practices are failing to keep data secure. Whether it’s a lack of user adoption or actual flaws in the security infrastructure, businesses need a better option to protect access to their most important resources.

    In this webinar, we discuss the prevalence of data breaches today and where passwords and two-factor authentication fall short, followed by how biometrics, when properly deployed through end-to-end solutions like VeridiumID, can provide the missing piece for fully securing digital access.
  • Beyond Touch ID: Mobile Fingerprinting & Advances in Biometrics
    Beyond Touch ID: Mobile Fingerprinting & Advances in Biometrics Francis Mather, Director of Computer Vision, Veridium | Asem Othman, Lead Biometric Scientist, Veridium Recorded: Jun 23 2016 55 mins
    Fingerprints are an easily accessible biometric on most newer mobile devices. Thanks to Apple, millions of people are using Touch ID.

    As the field of mobile biometrics advances, new methods are being introducing beyond Touch ID, like finger-photo recognition for contactless fingerprint capture. High-quality rear-facing cameras make it possible to capture your fingerprints visually, without any additional hardware. This method increases overall security because it is extremely hard to spoof.

    In this webinar, we discuss 4 Fingers TouchlessID and analysis of the science behind it, as well as some of the real-world applications and benefits for biometric authentication.

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