This week saw a significant portion of the biometrics industry flock to Las Vegas for the annual Money20/20 USA financial services conference. That’s because biometric technology has played an increasingly important role in the financial services industry over the last several years; and in keeping with the trend, there was a lot of chatter about biometric FinTech both on stage and on the show floor at this year’s Money20/20 event for the Americas.
The excitement around these discussions is perfectly clear in this week’s roundup of FindBiometrics’ top posts, with many readers opting more to listen to the news rather than read about it. That’s because we delivered a number of audio interviews with high-level executives and industry leaders straight from the show floor of Money20/20 USA:
As for the discussion on-stage, one particular expert panel attracted a lot of attention from FindBiometrics visitors. Entitled “Invisible Authentication: How UIX-Focused Biometrics Can Make Passwords Disappear“, the discussion was moderated by FindBiometrics Digital Content VP Susan Stover, and featured executives from BioConnect, IDEMIA, and Onfido, as well as the insights of Acuity Market Research Principal Analyst Maxine Most:
FindBiometrics visitors were also interested in a new print interview, with Paravision CEO Doug Aley – and not least because of his candor on the subject of facial recognition and its recent controversies:
In keeping with the financial trend, our latest in-depth feature for Financial Biometrics Month also saw a lot of traffic this week. Entitled “Payments Ditch the Wallet“, this one took a look far into the horizon to see what’s coming to the world of FinTech:
… And while it wasn’t directly related to Money20/20, money did factor into the fifth of this week’s most popular articles – to the tune of $30,000, as one of the leading pioneers in FinTech and selfie authentication put its money where its mouth is:
Stay posted to FindBiometrics next week as we continue to bring you the latest news and interviews from the exciting world of biometrics. To see the hottest stories of the week in mobile digital identity, visit our sibling site Mobile ID World.