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Biometrics Could Make Passwords Obsolete

Passwords are often shared and easily compromised. Common access cards or security tokens can be stolen. In the quest for the ultimate in information security, nothing beats biometrics for proving you are who you say you are. Veridium CTO John Callahan discusses the importance of building biometric authentication protocols on an open standard.
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Veridium provides biometric authentication solution for Dutch mobile bank

Dutch mobile-only bank bunq has partnered with Veridium to enhance its customers mobile banking security through VeridiumID and its hand recognition software, 4 Fingers TouchlessID (4 Fingers). According to a company statement, by capturing all four fingerprints at once, 4 Fingers has a higher level of precision and reliability for authentication than other biometrics such as face, voice or a single fingerprint.
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bunq and Veridium partner on hand recognition authentication

Dutch mobile-only bank bunq biometrics-based authentication solutions firm Veridium have announced a partnership in banking authentication. bunq’s banking app will now use VeridiumID and its hand recognition software, 4 Fingers TouchlessID (4 Fingers).
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Bunq Add Finger-Scan For Payments (Dutch)

Bunq customers can now also authorize their banking by scanning their fingers. This technique to verify payments and transfers is enabled by technology from US firm Veridium, and is more accurate, according to the online bank, as opposed to a single fingerprint, facial, or voice recognition.
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Bunq First to Introduce Payments By Hand (Dutch)

It's now possible to pay with your hand using a smartphone with the fledgling bank Bunq. On Tuesday, the bank presented two new apps and a new form of biometric authentication for transferring money, using 4 Fingers TouchlessID from Verium. "We are the first bank in the world to use this method of biometric authentication for consumers," said David van Damme of Bunq.
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Early deployment of biometrics in healthcare: Why it’s risky business

As one of the industries with the strictest privacy requirements on data, it is critical for healthcare institutions to lock down every server, database and account to ensure the utmost protection. Veridium CTO John Callahan weighs in on the current state of biometrics in healthcare and how we can improve it to ensure the safety adn security of patient data.
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Why Choosing Authorization Over Authentication Will Kill Your Enterprise

Today, the majority of enterprises rely on employee authorization by means of keycards or passcodes. While this form of security is convenient, these methods don’t truly authenticate nor verify the identity of the person at the time and place of an access request. Veridium CTO John Callahan discusses why organizations need to embrace authentication.
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What Happens When James Bond Technology for Consumers Fails?

The use of James Bond-style technology such as facial recognition and fingerprint and iris scanners in everyday products is becoming ubiquitous as consumers are increasingly relying on them, but their failure could prevent people from even unlocking their doors.
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Hoyos Labs Rebrands as Veridium, Launches New Biometric Authentication Solution

With the launch of its new, end-to-end biometric authentication solution – VeridiumID – the security innovator that demoed its technology at FinovateFall 2014 as Hoyos Labs is now Veridium.
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Hoyos Labs Rebrands as Veridium, Launches New Authentication Platform

Hoyos Labs has rebranded as Veridium and launched a new biometric authentication platform called VeridiumID. The multimodal platform is aimed at the enterprise market, and enables the authentication of individuals via facial, voice, and fingerprint biometrics.
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