Money20/20 Europe

FindBiometrics Will Once Again Bring Biometrics to Money20/20 Europe

FindBiometrics Will Once Again Bring Biometrics to Money20/20 Europe

“…FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill will host the track session “The power of choice: Why multimodal biometrics are taking over FinTech”, with big-name participants…” The organizers of Money20/20 Europe have announced the event’s agenda, and FindBiometrics will be right in the middle of the action. Like many successful endeavors, the event will start with a good…

News Roundup: Physical Access and FinTech Across The Globe

News Roundup: Physical Access and FinTech Across The Globe

Last week at FindBiometrics physical access control and FinTech were the biggest topics, as we brought you live reporting from Money20/20 Europe in Copenhagen and ISC West in Las Vegas. Physical Access & Enterprise month kicked off in the featured articles section with a primer on April’s featured topic too, while FIDO, national ID, and…

Money20/20 Europe: MasterCard and Digital Identity

Money20/20 Europe: MasterCard and Digital Identity

Money20/20 Europe kicked off yesterday in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Mobile ID World was there with our sister site FindBiometrics. In the morning, Anne Cairns, president of International Markets at MasterCard, took the keynote stage to talk about the company’s role in spreading financial inclusion around the world, some of the challenges in the endeavor, and the technologies that…

Money20/20 Europe: Biometrics Are a Pillar of Samsung Pay

Money20/20 Europe: Biometrics Are a Pillar of Samsung Pay

Today at Money20/20 Europe mobile wallets were the talk of Copenhagen and Samsung was one of the prime movers in this trend. Elle Kim, Vice President, Samsung Pay, took the stage to give the audience an update on Samsung’s major mPayments platform. Here’s a rundown of what we learned: Samsung Sees Biometrics as a Pillar…

Money20/20 Europe: Diebold Showcases Mobile-Based ATM

Money20/20 Europe: Diebold Showcases Mobile-Based ATM

Diebold is showing off its mobile-based ATM concept at this week’s Money20/20 Europe conference. Called Irving, the concept was first unveiled at last year’s Money20/20 in Las Vegas. It eschews the standard ATM interface of a PIN pad and card reader, opting instead for interaction via a mobile app on the user’s smartphone. And to…

Money20/20 Europe: TOC Approve App Offers Third-Party Biometric Authentication

Money20/20 Europe: TOC Approve App Offers Third-Party Biometric Authentication

TOC Biometrics is showcasing its Approve app at this year’s Money20/20 Europe conference. Available for iOS and Android, it’s a system that could have potentially broad applications. TOC Approve essentially acts as an independent verification mechanism for other businesses, apps, and so on. And it revolves around a simple concept: When a user needs to…

What to Expect at Money20/20 Europe

What to Expect at Money20/20 Europe

This year’s Money20/20 Europe conference is shaping up to be an exciting one. While many important trends and issues will be covered, much of the event will revolve around disruption – of traditional markets, of business models, and of standard methods. That isn’t a bad thing. It’s a reflection of the dramatic technological changes that are…

HSBC Joins Money20/20 Europe Biometrics Panel

HSBC Joins Money20/20 Europe Biometrics Panel

Biometric technology is expected to enjoy a bright spotlight at next week’s Money20/20 Europe conference, with growing enthusiasm from some big players in FinTech. Fittingly, a discussion panel on biometrics moderated by FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill has just announced another participant: Craig Ramsay, HSBC Payments and Cash Management’s Head of Innovation. The financial services company…

Big Expectations for Biometrics at Money20/20 Europe

Big Expectations for Biometrics at Money20/20 Europe

This year’s Money20/20 Europe conference is shaping up to be a big one, and FindBiometrics will be on hand to assess the latest and most important trends and innovations. Taking place next month in Copenhagen, the event will see over 3,000 attendees, with about a thousand companies from 75 countries participating. Money20/20’s organizers say that…