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Unisys Study Highlights the Importance of Data Security for Hong Kong Banking Customers

Unisys Study Highlights the Importance of Data Security for Hong Kong Banking Customers

A new report from Unisys suggests that data security is crucial for Hong Kong banking customers. The regional study looked at people’s banking preferences in Australia, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong, and found that the majority (61 percent) of those in Hong Kong cited safety as their primary criteria when searching for…

New HSB Survey Finds Identity Theft is On the Rise

New HSB Survey Finds Identity Theft is On the Rise

Security technology is improving, yet our personal information is more vulnerable than ever. At least, that’s the takeaway from a new survey by HSB, which found that more than a third (39 percent) of Americans reported that their information had been compromised in some way. Of those, 51 percent had learned of the breach in…

OneSpan: Most Financial Institutions Still Rely on Outdated Password Security

OneSpan: Most Financial Institutions Still Rely on Outdated Password Security

In recent years, more and more financial institutions have turned to biometric technology to improve security and customer service, incorporating solutions that range from voice banking software to facial recognition scans at ATMs. However, a new report from OneSpan suggests that it will take a considerable push to make the full transition to biometric authentication…

SITA Finds Air Travelers Happier with Automated Passport Control

SITA Finds Air Travelers Happier with Automated Passport Control

SITA has released the results of its 2019 Passenger IT Insights report, finding that air travelers are happier when they are able to use biometric technology to make their journey more convenient. That was particularly true for automated passport control. The usage rate for self-scanning passport stations more than doubled between 2017 and 2018, jumping…

Veridium Survey Finds Growing Support for Biometric Authentication in the Workplace

Veridium Survey Finds Growing Support for Biometric Authentication in the Workplace

Veridium has shared the findings of its Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey, revealing that more adults are warming to the benefits of biometric authentication. The survey found that a full 70 percent of respondents would like to see biometric authentication used more often in the workplace, alternately citing speed, security, and convenience (and the difficulty of…

IT Professionals Express Concern About Data Security: Ping Identity

IT Professionals Express Concern About Data Security: Ping Identity

In its latest report on The State of Enterprise IT Infrastructure and Security, Ping Identity teamed with MarketCube to survey more than 300 IT professionals. They found that most large companies are wary of cloud and SaaS infrastructure, with many citing security concerns in a year with many high-profile data breaches. As a result, most…

Survey Research Finds Low Appetite for Strict Regulation of Facial Recognition

Survey Research Finds Low Appetite for Strict Regulation of Facial Recognition

“Only 26 percent of respondents agreed that the government should “strictly limit” the use of facial recognition, with about 45 percent disagreeing. “ With government authorities, tech company leaders, and voices from the media and activist groups having entered into a particularly heated phase of the debate over the public use of facial recognition over…

SITA Research Puts Numbers to Biometric Air Travel’s Ascent

SITA Research Puts Numbers to Biometric Air Travel’s Ascent

New research data from SITA is further illustrating the ascent of biometric air travel. Based on surveys of more than 180 senior IT executives from airports and airlines around the world, the research found an industry busily working toward a biometric future. It found that 71 percent of airlines and 77 percent of airports “are…

Businesses Recognize Importance of Protecting Customer Data, But Struggle to Address It, Survey Suggests

Businesses Recognize Importance of Protecting Customer Data, But Struggle to Address It, Survey Suggests

Businesses are really starting to recognize the importance of protecting customer data, but are still struggling to implement effective digital security technologies, suggests new ForgeRock-sponsored research from Forrester Consulting. The firm conducted its research this past April, polling 400 decision makers across the US, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, and China. It found that…