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FinovateEurope in 129 Seconds. In Case You Missed It

James Stickland, CEO of Veridium, the identity access management company, introduced its new product – four-finger authentication or ‘4F' – depth of the image makes it harder to spoof.
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Could iris recognition be coming to the enterprise?

Iris recognition will be widely included in future mobile devices reducing the hardware investment and potentially preventing fraudulent access via biometric authentication. Our daily lives are finally catching up to the sci-fi visions we read and dreamed about 30 years: virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and biometrics to name a few. As such, our experiences of technology in the workplace are on the cusp of dramatic shifts.
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The Evolution of Authentication — Why I Jumped Ship

"As a former FinTech executive, I have had the challenge and pleasure of defining IT strategy with first-hand exposure to global operations at some of the largest known firms. The market has always been susceptible to loopholes — take authentication for example." CEO James Stickland explains why biometric authentication is so important in financial services, and why he joined Veridium.
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Mobile devices: The ‘last mile’ to enterprise biometrics

Businesses need to completely secure access to their systems and data and be certain that only those who are granted access have it. Authenticating who is truly behind any action, whether it’s logging into Twitter or accessing a bank account, is the biggest challenge in security today.
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Digital bank bunq goes international with open API

Digital-only banking start-up, bunq, has expanded beyond its native Dutch market to Austria and Germany with the launch of its open API. The bank has its in-house developed core banking software and relies on a limited number of third party suppliers for its technology. Among these is Veridium, which provides the bank with biometrics software.
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Special Report: Mobile Biometrics Applications

This report covers the market for biometric applications on mobile devices as an enhancement or alternative to passwords, which will continue to see enormous growth due to consumer demand for convenient security. This is particularly the case for uses like banking and commerce where security is critical.
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Biometric Authentication Presents New Security Risks

While the customer service industry has been an early adopter and advocate of biometric authentication, certain risks might have been overlooked that could set consumer adoption back. Veridium CTO John Callahan discusses how biometric data might be vulnerable and how to secure it.
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Mobile Payments, Point-of-Sale, Multifactor, and Passive Authentication Top Choices for Biometric Innovators

With the biometrics market to exceed $10 billion by 2021, ABI Research identifies four technologies that innovative and agile startups must incorporate into their solutions to secure significant share in the changing competitive landscape: Multifactor authentication (MFA), point-of-sale (PoS), mobile payments, and passive authentication.
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Quincy startup Veridium brings bioauthentication to large enterprises

How many times in the past year have you had to call your company's help desk to reset a password? While those phone calls were probably minor annoyances for you (and the IT worker on the other end of the line), such annoyances can cost large companies hundreds of thousands of dollars per year in lost productivity and help desk labor. And supporting the infrastructure necessary to identify employees and manage their access to various business applications can cost millions of dollars annually.
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CyberSecurity: How Smart Are Smart Homes? Not That Smart

After years of discussion, expectation and experimental products, it looks like the smart home is finally having its moment. It’s becoming increasingly commonplace to see things like connected fridges and smart thermostats in our friends’ houses, and Apple’s latest iOS reboot came with a connected home function, demonstrating the widespread adoption of these devices. Veridium's CEO James Stickland discusses the spread of the not-so-smart home.
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