A secure identification is vital in the healthcare system, both to control logical access to centralized archives of digitized patients’ data, to limit physical access to buildings and hospital wards, as well as to authenticate medical and social support personnel. Identity verification solutions based on biometric technology (fingerprints, iris recognition and vascular biometrics amongst others) can
Demographic data from USAA have shown that the elderly are among early adopters of their biometric authentication for mobile banking. Of the more than 400,000 USAA customers who have opted in to use the face, voice or touch biometrics, the median age is 35 with 15% of the older half over the age of 65.
Mobile education is in the eye of the Voice biometrics industry; and there are a few good reasons why. A voice biometrics engine uses both behavioral and physiological characteristics to identify unique voice print and other factors such as tone and accent. So, it is impossible to impersonate users by imitating their identities in order
Over the last few years, Biometric technology has been gaining steam as a possible solution to the inconvenience that represents having passwords for each service we receive online. One of the latest developments is based on eye movement. A research group from Texas State University is developing and studying the usability of a new biometric
SayPay Technologies has partnered with VoiceVault, to deliver online and mobile payment solutions that improve user’s security in card-not-present environments. With SayPay, customers simply speak a unique, one-time use ‘SayPay code’ which provides a secure and low-friction customer experience for each transaction. VoiceVault provides the algorithms that analyze the unique characteristics of a user’s voice, which includes three-dimensional
Behavioral biometrics-based solutions promise a new era in technological innovation, with multiple applications, particularly in commercial transactions. Harder to spoof and easier on users, this solution may be bigger than passwords soon. These new technologies can monitor mouse dynamics, navigation habits, and keystroke dynamics, like the speed a user types and the pressure a user