FindBiometrics’ 13th annual Biometrics Year in Review has reached its conclusion. The identity management industry’s longest running year end survey is an ambitious project and results in a great deal of content as our editorial team unpacks and deconstructs it all. This year, in order to keep you up to speed on the latest published results and commentary, we have created a dedicated roundup master post for your convenience.
Follow the links below to better understand how 2015 was the biggest year in biometrics yet and why the best is still to come.
Biometrics Year in Review Dedicated Roundup:
- After a successful 2015 are consumer biometrics still in a nascent phase? Our respondents weigh in on the remaining potential of mainstream biometric tech.
- We asked our Year in Review survey respondents if they agreed that public perception was crucial. Here’s what they had to say.
- Just how effective do professionals familiar with identity management think biometric border control solutions are against terrorism?
- In a year of popular mobile innovations, where do the stationary identity solutions fit in?
- Our survey respondents let us in on what they thought were the most exciting biometric modalities of 2015.
- How strong of a role to alliances and consortia play in addressing the challenges faced by the identity management industry? See how our respondents feel.
- How important have Apple, Samsung, Google and Microsoft been in facilitating the biometric revolution? Our respondents weigh in.
- Our survey respondents weigh in on the importance of anti-spoofing technology.
- Will passwords be eradicated by 2020? See what our respondents had to say.
- Exactly how important is education on the topic of biometrics when it comes to adoption of strong authentication?
- What has been the readers’ choice for top area of application in biometrics for the year 2015? Find out where your application of choice fit into the year end rankings.