Traditional passwords nowadays are a weak point as data leaks happen quite often. More and more companies decide to change the approach and adopt biometrics. However, no one is immune to identity theft and there already have been several actual cases of losing biometric data.
Dubai-based Emirates is once again pushing the boundaries of technology, becoming the first airline outside America to receive approval for biometric boarding from the US Customs Border Protection (CBP).
CNME Editor Mark Forker, spoke to Shaji Abdul Kadar, Chief Operating Officer at ScreenCheck, to find out how the innovative …
Biometric security, whether fingerprint, facial or iris recognition, is fast emerging as the preferred way to safeguard the data of companies and individuals from threat actors. However, while biometric identification may be less prone to theft and spoofing than passwords, it’s still vulnerable to hacking.
Airlines and airports are already investing in various forms of biometric technology and these will be more commonplace worldwide as 63% of airports and 43% of airlines plan to invest in biometric ID management solutions in the next three years, according to a recent report by SITA.
Most Android phones will have to wait until 2019 to duplicate the 3D sensing feature behind Apple’s Face ID security, handicapping Samsung and others on a technology that is set to be worth billions in revenue over the next few years.
The chief inspector for digital policing at West Yorkshire Police in the UK has responded to human rights charity Liberty by claiming the deployment will actually help people’s fundamental human rights.
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Dubai Airports, the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs, GDRFA, and Emaratech have announced the completion of the installation of new and enhanced smart gates at Dubai International, DXB, Terminal 1.
Any organisation whose employees connect to the Internet—in other words, every business today—needs some level of access control in place.