Articles By Jim Nash

Jim Nash is a business journalist. His byline has appeared in The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, Robotics Business Review and other publications. You can find Jim on LinkedIn.

Off-the-shelf dash cams can be augmented with biometric systems to turn vehicles into secure checkout registers for drivers and passengers…

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Major update to keystone NIST data security and privacy document

The federal government’s technology standards body, NIST, has completed a major update to its data security and privacy guidance, which…

 

You can be biometrically impersonated using your Fitbit

European researchers say they have succeeded in writing software that can impersonate a human’s unique daily motion patterns, biometric data…

 

EU research group talks up access control, biometrics in healthcare

A European Union-funded innovation project called Panacea is showing biometric access control software tools that would be a part of…

 

Australian statehouse talks expanding power of digital driver license

Digital driver licenses appear to be a hit, at least in Australia’s state of New South Wales. A test program…

 

Another digital identity panel, another list of ambitious goals

In recent times, a decade has never felt more like the distant future than it does today. A vendor-sponsored online…

 

Research on biometrics used at music festivals yields some surprising results

Music festivals rarely yield more than sunburns, hangovers and romanticized memories. But a pair of UK researchers managed to pull…

 

Face biometrics part of proposed California law regulating kids’ social media

Proposed legislation in California would make it illegal for operators of social media sites and applications to accept new accounts…

 

More sophisticated ecommerce attacks follow improved bot detection, NuData report says

Basic bot attacks on e-commerce sites are being foiled in greater numbers by security tools like passive behavioral biometrics, which…

 

Uber says face biometrics address problems as its critical London license appeal kicks off

Uber, the company everyone loves to hate until they have somewhere to go or some money to invest, this week…

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