The Next Generation of Biometric Authentication

 

The world has gone digital, by 2020 the number of connected devices is set to reach 50 billion, today the average person uses 27 passwords to manage their life, and with each new innovation arriving more quickly than the last, the threat of hacking and fraud increases the need for robust identity verification critical.  Read more

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Access Control – Does ECG biometric technology hold the key?

A group of people walking through an Airport Terminal

As the world moves towards seamless digital and mobile connectivity, we must move beyond PINs and Passwords (something you know) to more sophisticated security measures such as biometrics (something you are). 

Access control is an increasingly topical issue at the moment, securing buildings and managing border control and immigration are of hot debate. The first generation of biometric technologies such as fingerprint, voice, iris and face recognition have made considerable progress to offer solutions in part to this problem, but have inherent constraints. ECG (Electrocardiogram) as an internalised (inside the body) biometric, offers an infinitely more secure solution than external first generation biometrics.

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