Biometric trends for 2017

November 10, 2016 - 

This is a guest post by Alan Goode, Managing Director at Goode Intelligence.

Biometrics is one of the hottest topics in technology and cybersecurity markets today. The use of biometrics for user authentication and identity assurance is an essential improvement over usernames and passwords, and innovations in mobile devices, wearables, and other technologies are bringing biometrics to mainstream audiences.

Join me for this webinar, Biometric Trends for 2017, on December 08, 2016, at 11:00am EST, as I discuss with Veridium my prediction that 2017 is the year we will see widespread adoption of biometric authentication in ecommerce, mobile banking, healthcare, and government.

Veridium is a leading provider of end-to-end biometric authentication designed to safeguard enterprises’ most critical assets. It’s flagship product, VeridiumID, is an end-to-end solution that ensures a secure environment for complete protection of biometric data and communication between mobile devices and back-end servers. Built on an open standard, it is one of the most flexible solutions on the market today.

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About Alan Goode

Alan Goode is the Founder and Managing Director of Goode Intelligence. He is a respected expert in information security and mobile security and has written a number of publications on these subjects. Alan has been a judge for the GSMA global mobile awards since 2012. Prior to setting up Goode Intelligence, Alan spent over 20 years in business where he held positions for organisations including T-Mobile UK, De La Rue, Motorola, Citibank and Atos Origin.