Overcoming Biometrics Risks

By Jason Braverman | March 15, 2016
Everyone can agree that passwords are no longer adequate for protecting information online. Even the most secure, lengthy, and complicated passcodes can be broken relatively swiftly with a sophisticated algorithm. Biometric authentication presents a logical improvement for securing our accounts and data on the Internet and mobile devices, but many biometrics solutions are flawed in […]
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Biometrics Risk Management

By Ian E. Muller | March 11, 2016
The evolution of the biometrics, authentication, and identity assurance industries is critical as we focus more on security as a society. To this end, it is important to take note of the innovations and improvements being made across the biometrics industry. Every Friday, Hoyos Labs takes a look at the week and shares some of […]
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Cybersecurity Threats Rising

By Ian E. Muller | March 4, 2016
The evolution of the biometrics, authentication, and identity assurance industries is critical as we focus more on security as a society. To this end, it is important to take note of the innovations and improvements being made across the biometrics industry. Every Friday, Hoyos Labs takes a look at the week and shares some of […]
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Biometrics and Mobile World Congress

By Ian E. Muller | February 26, 2016
The evolution of the biometrics, authentication, and identity assurance industries is critical as we focus more on security as a society. To this end, it is important to take note of the innovations and improvements being made across the biometrics industry. Every Friday, Hoyos Labs takes a look at the week and shares some of […]
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4 Fingers – A Better Way to Capture Fingerprints

By Ian E. Muller | February 24, 2016
4 Fingers – An Introduction 4 Fingers is a proprietary biometric software system for fingerprint based authorization and identification, patented by Veridium. The technology was developed by our computer vision group based out of Oxford, England, and Cambridge, Massachusetts. 4 Fingers was built from the outset to be a world-leading biometric in terms of its […]
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Biometrics Adoption Driven by Security

By Ian E. Muller | February 19, 2016
The evolution of the biometrics, authentication, and identity assurance industries is critical as we focus more on security as a society. To this end, it is important to take note of the innovations and improvements being made across the biometrics industry. Every Friday, Hoyos Labs takes a look at the week and shares some of […]
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Internet of Things: A Nightmare in Progress, Part 2

By Jason Braverman | February 17, 2016
Read part one of Internet of Things – A Nightmare in Progress, here. The future of the Internet of Things (IoT), as it pertains to security and privacy, is dependent on the use of a complete framework. IEEE 2410, the Biometrics Open Protocol Standard (BOPS), provides this framework and IoT fits seamlessly into this paradigm. […]
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Mobile Biometrics Rising

By Ian E. Muller | February 12, 2016
The evolution of the biometrics, authentication, and identity assurance industries is critical as we focus more on security as a society. To this end, it is important to take note of the innovations and improvements being made across the biometrics industry. Every Friday, Hoyos Labs takes a look at the week and shares some of […]
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IoT – A Nightmare in Progress, Part 1

By Jason Braverman | February 9, 2016
Many people are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT) as an amazing way to simplify the way their live their lives. Smart devices can automate many basic tasks, freeing up time, and sometimes money. However, there is a fatal flaw in standard IoT setups that could put those people utilizing them at risk. IoT is, […]
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