Thales fingerprint biometric card named among top 100 business ideas of the year
The fingerprint-enabled biometric card from Thales has been declared among the 100 best business ideas of the year by Actualidad Económica in the magazine’s annual list of business innovations.
The biometric card was named among the top 10 best ideas in the Finance and Insurance category, one of fourteen the list is divided into.
The publication says Thales card is appropriate to contagion risk minimization, increases contactless payment security to enable higher purchase amounts, and convenient.
The company also notes that its Thales Trusted Service Hub (TSH) enables contactless payment through digital wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, and those issued by banks.
Numerous recognitions announced
Awardees are recognized for their performance in their roles, fostering innovation and growth, and their SaaS expertise.
ThreatMark is included in 32nd place in the Top Technology Fast 50 for Central Europe from Deloitte, after reporting a year-over-year growth rate of 738 percent.
The company says its growth has been fueled by the innovation and dedication to digital trust shown by its deep behavioral profiling engine and real-time fraud detection technology.
iiDENTIFii has been awarded as an AI Leader by the Future of HR and Africa Tech Week Awards for the fraud prevention benefits of its AI service.
The company’s CEO and Founder Gur Geva thanked the AI team’s developers, praising their dedication in working days as long as 12 to 16 hours.
WorldReach Software is profiled in the latest Juniper Research report on digital ID, which says the company is well-positioned for the verifiable credential space.
FacePhi in among the REGTECH100 from FinTech Global for its biometric onboarding and authentication technology.
The list is compiled by an international group of experts based on company growth, the potential impact of their solutions on efficiency and cost savings, and innovation.
ForgeRock has been named a Leader in the latest edition of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Access Management.
The company notes Gartner’s prediction that 80 percent of organizations will pursue vendor consolidation in the space over the next two to three years, and declares itself ready to meet their needs with its full suite of identity and access management (IAM) and identity governance and administration (IGA) capabilities.