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Can’t happen fast enough really! We read more and more about it: "I would love to kill the password dead as a primary security method because it's terrible," White House cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel told a security forum last year.

A recent story published by AFP and syndicated to news portal Business Insider offered a review of biometrics’ growing acceptance in the marketplace.  Apple’s introduction of the iPhone with Touch ID can be said to have captured the interest of a public...



Posted by Andrew Humber, Senior Director Marketing Communications

Losses due to fraud, specifically mobile, are staggering. As we’ve previously written in this blog, for a large company with approximate revenues of $2.5 billion, the average loss due to mobile fraud is $92.3 million, or roughly 3 percent of revenues.  Some companies reported that they have lost as much as 25 percent of revenues due to mobile fraud.  These findings were part of a study conducted by TeleSign and RSA last month.

 

Why Voice Biometrics Could Be The Next Ga...



Posted by Andrew Humber, Senior Director Marketing Communications

During a webinar held yesterday, Voice Biometrics in a Multi-Modal Future, Jesus Aragon, VP of Corporate Business Development and Marketing for AGNITIO, joined Dan Miller, Founder and Senior Analyst at Opus Research; Julia Webb, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for VoiceVault; and Alexey Khitrov, President and CEO of SpeechPro, to discuss trends in the usage of voice biometrics (VB).

Moderated by Peter O’Neill, founder and publisher of news and industry portal findBIOMETRICS, the webinar began with findings by Opus Research and then proceeded to answer questions based on VB adoption, use cases, mobile applications, the Internet of Things, privacy, and security. 

Aragon explained that VB offers a “small investment for a huge return....



Posted by Andrew Humber, Senior Director Marketing Communications

Last week, mobile identity company TeleSign and RSA, the security division of EMC, published a report on major corporations’ losses due to fraud carried out on mobile devices. The survey also asked companies about what kind of authentication mechanisms they were currently using, as well as the preferences of their customers. 

The survey asked 250 companies from across a wide spectrum of industry verticals, with average revenues of $2.5 billion.  While the average loss due to mobile fraud was $92.3 million, accounting for roughly 3 percent of revenues, some companies reported that they lost as much as 25 percent of revenues due to mobile fraud....



Posted by Andrew Humber, Senior Director Marketing Communications