New analysis shows that facial recognition and other biometric authentication technologies will increasingly help to keep mobile payments safe from fraudsters.
A clear majority of voters in Switzerland have rejected a law governing a proposed electronic identity system.
Some say the proposed guidance from its biggest trade group could have gone further in advising companies on how to gain people’s consent while complying with privacy regulations.
The rollout includes a free-to-use app that will combine customers’ personal data and biometrics to create a secure, reusable ID on their phone.
An Israeli biometrics startup with a history of defense contracts has applied for a patent on technology that repositions drones to get a better shot of a person on the ground.
Hands-free check ins and face scanners are part of pandemic travel. Flying after coronavirus is set to involve far less personal contact with airline staff. Not everyone agrees that’s a good thing.
A recent DHS report titled the “CBP Trade and Travel Report” reads like an instruction manual on how to exploit the public’s fear of COVID.
The emergence of free, powerful, and easy-to-use deepfake applications has given rise to a new, viable attack vector.
Digital fingerprints on ID cards – no violation of the right to privacy, says Belgian Constitutional Court
Court ruled that the inclusion of digital fingerprints on ID cards does not violate the fundamental right to respect for private life, thereby providing clarity on a heavily criticized matter and setting an important precedent.