After fingerprints, faces, heartbeats, voices and even ears, what is next for biometrics? What new part of the body could be pressed into service as a unique signifier of who we are – without breaking indecency laws?
Late last year, Visa fired a volley – unlikely to be the last – over new rules that it and all providers of online transactions will soon need to follow as part of the EU’s revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2).
Will futuristic banking security measures really make our money safer?
Android and Apple fingerprint scanners, Samsung’s new iris scanner, Windows Hello… biometrics as a consumer proposition have been around for many years but are only gaining traction in the market now.
Encap Security interview in Finacial IT May Issue 2016.
Industry standards can undoubtedly be a force for good. In the UK, prior to 1840, each town had its own local time, usually determined by a sundial. Each town being on a slightly different time meant that designing train timetables was tricky.
When you attend a conference as large as Money20/20, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the number of companies offering a solution to the issue of the day. In 2015 the popular topic was authentication. How do you make it safer? How do you make it more convenient?
FinTech firm mydesq is to integrate Smarter Authentication technology from Encap into its wealth management platform.
Encap Security announced it has formed an advisory board comprised of digital banking expert Paal Kaperdal, mobile banking leader Roy Vella, and financial security veteran Stephen R. Katz.
SCMagazineUK.com investigates the real value of biometric IDs, particularly fingerprints, on smartphones.