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Fingerprints Will Continue to be Government Favorite

Fingerprints Will Continue to be Government Favorite

Market research firm Research and Markets has released a new report on the government-driven global biometrics market. Entitled “The Global Government Biometric Systems Market 2015-2025“, the report maintains the firm’s prediction that the overall global market will expand at a rate of 8.7 percent (CAGR) over the next ten years, with government expenditure remaining an important market…

Interview: Tore Etholm-Idsøe, CEO, NEXT Biometrics

Interview: Tore Etholm-Idsøe, CEO, NEXT Biometrics

Interview with Tore Etholm-Idsøe, CEO, NEXT Biometrics Recently, NEXT Biometrics initiated a study from the University Carlos III of Madrid examining the correlation between fingerprint sensor size and accuracy. The results showed a positive correlation between the two factors: a larger sensor increases the quality of fingerprint identification. FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill had a chance…

Artificial Micro Fingerprints Impossible To Duplicate

Artificial Micro Fingerprints Impossible To Duplicate

A team of South Korean researchers has developed a means of making artificial micro fingerprints that they claim are impossible to duplicate, according to a BusinessKorea article by Jung Suk-yee. It’s the product of a joint research team between individuals from Seoul National University and Kyunghee University. The idea is essentially to have these micro fingerprints…

Less Than Half of Insurance Firms Surveyed Use Biometric Security

Less Than Half of Insurance Firms Surveyed Use Biometric Security

Insurance providers haven’t fully embraced biometric security, but they probably will, according to an article from Canadian Underwriter. The insurance and risk magazine reports on a survey of 43 insurance providers that found less than half used biometric security. That isn’t because they don’t need it. Over a third of respondents reported having been subject…

Research Shows Young People Prefer Biometrics To Passwords

Research Shows Young People Prefer Biometrics To Passwords

Tweet: Have you seen the #NewFindBiometrics ? The site that you depend on for all your #biometric news has a fresh new look! Check it out now http://ctt.ec/vKauZ+ #Biometrics In that timeworn tradition of youthful rebellion, young people today are keen to reject the archaic password-based security systems of their parents in favor of biometric…

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