Aulich & Co

Consultants in privacy management especially in relation to biometric technology roll-outs and audits. Have done strategies and/or audits for NZ Dept of Labour and Industry, Australian Department of Heath, Family Court of Australia, Child Support Agency and private companies.

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Explainer: Footprint identification

Footprint identification is the measurement of footprint features for recognizing the identity of a user. A footprint is a universal…

 

Bank call centers using voice verification

Call centers need to be able to quickly response to issues such as false identification and fraud since more and…

 

Explainer: Speaker Recognition

Speaker, or voice, recognition is a biometric modality that uses an individual’s voice for recognition purposes. (It is a different…

 

Explainer: What is Biometric Identification?

Biometric technologies use physical characteristics, such as voice tone or hand shape, to identify people automatically. Behaviors, such as handwriting…

 

A primer on voice biometrics

This is a guest post by Steve Hoffman, CEO of SayPay Technologies, Inc. Overview Speech recognition services like Apple’s Siri…

 

Explainer: Electronic ID (eID)

An eID card is typically a government-issued document for online and offline identification. The typical electronic identity card has the…

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