Louisiana has already approved them, and other states are considering them, and now digital driver’s licenses could soon see lawmaker debate in Florida. A bill is ready, and it goes beyond digital ID — it seeks to boost blockchain and could help lead to the creation of a real-time insurance database.
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Contactless and RFID readers have long been used by hospitals for time and attendance and logical access applications, but their use is growing rapidly for cybersecurity and HIPAA compliance as well. User authentication deficiencies, endpoint data leakage and excessive user permissions are the three most common cybersecurity risks facing health systems and hospitals, according to […]
Governments and business face similar challenges when it comes to identity fraud and authentication. Now major banks are pushing forward with a new proposal to enlist state DMVs in the fight against ID thieves and other digitally-minded criminals.
Biometric authentication has pushed into the mainstream to become an increasingly important part of digital ID. But beyond fingerprints, facial recognition and the like there is “silent authentication,” an emerging trend that Gemalto breaks down in detail.
UK police are nearing a full evaluation of their biometric ID technology after the latest test in a series of facial recognition trials conducted using video surveillance systems. The most recent test successfully identified suspects during the holiday shopping season.
Facial recognition and fingerprints are already used to authenticate travelers at airports and border crossings. Now, Hertz is launching biometric checkout at car rental lots — the latest example of digital ID coming to the automotive world.
As 2018 came to a close, a judge dismissed the case alleging Google had violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) by collecting and storing facial biometrics without user consent. Under debate was Google’s use of facial recognition software that scanned images stored in Google Photos in an attempt to identify subjects thus automating […]