Accenture has published a new research report that finds that biometrics and advanced analytics are helping to revolutionize the way governments and public service agencies are addressing data security and privacy concerns.
If identity thieves or stalkers target us, we can change our credit card numbers and even our names, but we cannot change our faces.
Employees at a Wisconsin technology company are volunteering to have microchips implanted in their hands to make unlocking doors and paying for food easier.
The chips can be used to login to PCs, use company machines, and make purchases – but how many will sign up?
Mariano’s, Kimpton Hotels sued over alleged collection of biometric data: ‘It’s something very personal’
Roundy’s, Intercontinental Hotels’ Kimpton chain and data center operator Zayo Group are accused of violating Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act.
TSB is set to become the first European bank to deploy eye-scanning technology to allow customers to login in securely to their accounts.
If the Trump administration gets its way, U.S. citizens boarding international flights will have to submit to a face scan, a plan privacy advocates call a step toward a surveillance state.
Sheriffs’ departments from Brownsville to San Diego sign on to a free trial of iris recognition devices that will amass data on unauthorized immigrants.
Two months ago, we reported on the first deployments of biometric technologies for passenger processing at some European airports and airlines. And now JetBlue and Delta are trying out similar methods in the U.S.