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Consumers want biometrics in the workplace

Consumers want more biometric security in the workplace, based on a new survey from Veridium, a data authentication software maker. The survey of 1,000 U.S. adults found that 70% of those surveyed would like biometric technology expanded, citing speed and security as the major reasons.
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How customer-friendly technology is making payments safer

Technology has revolutionized the way we keep our data secure. Gone are cumbersome passwords, replaced by biometrics, the type of technology that uses the contours of your face, the lines in your fingerprint, or the shape of your eye to create an identity. Biometrics offers great promise in...
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70% of Consumers Want Biometrics in the Workplace

Many consumers have been using some form of biometrics on their smartphones in their personal lives for several years. Now a new survey indicates that 70% of them want to use biometrics at work, too. "What's clear is that passwords have not evolved," says James Stickland, CEO of Veridium. "
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What the Government Shutdown Teaches Us about Cybersecurity

As lawmakers face a Friday deadline to prevent the federal government from closing a second time, we examine the cost to the digital domain, both public and private. The shutdown of the US government last month had a significant impact on the security of hundreds of government-run websites.
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Veridium recognized for its biometric authentication platform in multiple Gartner reports

Veridium was recognized in 9 Gartner reports in 2018, including references as a vendor for biometric authentication within 7 of the analyst firm’s Hype Cycle Reports. Biometrics can better protect users’ data and can avoid exposing personal information.
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Biometric Opens Doors: Salon Q&A With Veridium CEO James Stickland

James Stickland is CEO of Veridium, a company focused on an authentication platform that uses biometrics. He speaks with Global Finance about fintech, cybersecurity and the wisdom of border walls. What is the central challenge for multinationals, especially banks, when it comes to cybersecurity?
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5 ways the government shutdown is impacting U.S. cybersecurity

Add cybersecurity to the already lengthy list of services and agencies impacted by the federal government shutdown. Many essential defense and law enforcement personnel have been required to work without pay, some agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security are working with limited staff.
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Where the Security Industry will Consolidate, and Biometric Usability will be King

As the new year approaches, the executives of Veridium, a company that is helping to secure enterprises with password-free, multi-factor biometric authentication, take a deeper dive into the industry trends we're set to see in 2019. The world has become increasingly digital...
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The top 10 mobile banking trends for 2019

Mobile banking is exploding with new ideas from voice-first development, to putting humans back into the digital experience; to artificial intelligence and advanced biometrics. There’s even a growing trend for ATM withdrawals without your chip card—which would’ve sounded like a magician’s card trick just a generation ago.
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