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Multimodal Biometrics – Why Your Heart is Key

Wearable device on wrist

While automated biometric authentication solutions are relatively recent advancements, the desire to identify others by physical attributes is an innate human instinct. We’ve been using faces, voices and gait to distinguish between those we know and those we don’t since our earliest recorded history.

From this, to how our physicality interacts with technology today is an impressive journey.

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Driving the Connected Car: Biometrics for Personalisation and Security

Connected cars

As connectivity improves, analysts forecast that the number of connected cars will jump by 45% from 2014 to 2020
BI Intelligence

We’re living in a time of unprecedented connectivity.

The advent of mobile and digital technologies has changed how we work, pay bills, access services, consume media and even build relationships. We can do our banking on the move, watch movies and television on demand and even control our home appliances remotely.

But as quickly as connected technologies emerge, so too do the risks and opportunities associated with them. Biometric means of authentication are playing an important role in securing, and even bettering, our connected world.

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Could Visa Take Biometric Authentication into Mainstream Banking?

Eye scanning

An interesting development in the adoption of biometric authentication this week with the news that Visa has launched a platform that will enable banks and their technology partners to build biometric solutions into their products.

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