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Where the Security Industry will Consolidate, and Biometric Usability will be King

As the new year approaches, the executives of Veridium, a company that is helping to secure enterprises with password-free, multi-factor biometric authentication, take a deeper dive into the industry trends we're set to see in 2019. The world has become increasingly digital...
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The top 10 mobile banking trends for 2019

Mobile banking is exploding with new ideas from voice-first development, to putting humans back into the digital experience; to artificial intelligence and advanced biometrics. There’s even a growing trend for ATM withdrawals without your chip card—which would’ve sounded like a magician’s card trick just a generation ago.
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Veridium Develops World-Class Biometric Federated Authenticator for WSO2 Identity Server

Knowing WSO2 Identity Server accommodated biometric configurations including primary authentication, 2FA, MFA or escalated transactions, Veridium approached WSO2 to see how its Identity Server enhanced Veridium’s offerings.
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Yet Another Bypass: Is 2FA Broken? Authentication Experts Weigh In

A penetration testing tool published by Polish security researcher Piotr Duszyński can bypass login protections for accounts protected by two-factor authentication (2FA). In his write-up on the tool, (which is dubbed Modlishka, meaning “mantis” in English), he asked, “is 2FA broken?” It’s a question that’s worth exploring...
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How The Travel Industry Is Driving Biometric Security Innovation

We just survived the most wonderful time of the year -- holiday travel season. In 2017, the U.S. Department of Transportation reported 72.3 million airline passengers in December alone. With a high volume of passengers, prices are higher and crowds are inevitable.
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Humana Breaches Reflect Chronic Credential Theft in Healthcare

A series of 2018 cybersecurity incidents shows credential stuffing is a trend to watch among healthcare organizations. On Oct. 25, 2018, Bankers Life informed Humana of "unusual activity" affecting its systems. This was among the last breaches Humana disclosed in 2018 but far from the first.
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Justice Served Through Biometrics

Law enforcement professionals have always sought innovative ways to combat crime efficiently and effectively. In recent years, cheaper, smaller, more portable and readily available tech has helped the profession evolve. Biometrics have been rapidly adopted to modernize security and turn the arduous task of identifying individuals into a faster, more accurate process.
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2019 security forecast: Cloudy and unsettled, with a chance of gloom

Back in April, we asked 22 security experts whether we’re winning the war against cybercriminals, and the consensus was almost unanimously negative. Not much has changed since then, and even the growing promise of artificial intelligence as a weapon has been blunted by the reality that criminals have access to the same tools.
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What needs to change to secure online identities: industry insight and predictions

Securing online identities is becoming a high priority for the global economy, and a major market for biometric and other identity technology companies. There were major developments in the online identity space in 2018, including the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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Global Passive Authentication Market Report 2018

With the slowdown in world economic growth, the Passive Authentication industry has also suffered a certain impact, but still maintained a relatively optimistic growth.
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