Biometric Update for October 15, 2019

Daily biometrics news and exclusive features about biometrics companies.

By Chris Burt

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020, and brings a set of data privacy…

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By Sam Bakken

This is a guest post by Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager at OneSpan Digital banking has grown rapidly in…

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By Luana Pascu

After Chinese biometrics company Megvii was blacklisted by the U.S. government last week, Taiwan Economics Minister Sheng Jong-chin announced at…

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By Chris Burt

The government of Brazil intends to collect a broad range of biographic and biometric information, including fingerprint, iris, face, voice,…

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By Chris Burt

The U.S. Military’s Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has posted a request for white papers on “Identity, Credential, and Access…

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By Chris Burt

A litigating attorney specializing in cybersecurity and related issues is warning that recent lawsuits under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act…

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By Anthony Kimery

Research into “human signatures” for the purpose of developing technologies that can “sense and exploit human bio-signatures at both the…

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By Stephen Mayhew

Idex Biometrics reported today that it has received a purchase order and initiated production ramp preparations to fulfill a multi-year…

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By Chris Burt

With e-cigarettes and particularly their use by minors an increasing health concern, Hauni Maschinenbau GmbH, which makes electronic components and…

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By Chris Burt

Kneron has partnered with industrial PC manufacturer Aaeon to develop an artificial intelligence accelerator card for edge applications, particularly for…

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By Anthony Kimery

As California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation banning distribution of deepfake videos and pictures of political candidates within 60 days…

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By Luana Pascu

Some 95 percent of deepfakes are accepted by biometric facial recognition systems, found a study conducted by Pavel Korshunov and…

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