Yoti, a British startup that focuses on digital ID authentication via smartphones, says its system will help UK bars cut down on underage entries and make it more efficient for legitimate customers to start drinking. Next up? Supermarkets and dating sites.
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12 Jan, 2018Digital identity for bars and nightclubs in UK
The company will supply components for the smart ID card used my military members, contractors and Department of Defense employees. The deal marks the second such relationship that XTec has forged with defense officials.
The multi-billion-dollar deal comes amid a major push by Thales to beef up its digital security strength—and as Gemalto expands further into government and other services. The new ‘powerhouse’ will have expertise in such areas as biometrics and multifactor authentication.
The most talked about application for mobile ID technology is the mobile driver’s licenses, but there are many other functions and credentials that are poised to go the mobile route. Check out what one expert in the field identifies as the top five uses for mobile ID beyond driver’s licenses.
21 Dec, 2017Protecting healthcare from cyber attack
By Mollie Shields Uehling, President and CEO, SAFE-BioPharma Association Over the past few years almost 180 million Americans have had their healthcare records stolen. Our ubiquitous reliance on user names and passwords is the leading cause of these massive cyber thefts. Another term for it is weak identity trust. The same can be said of […]
Mobile IDs are powerful credentials, and there are numerous use cases beyond proving driving privileges. The prospects are endless, from sporting permits to travel documents and gun licenses to health IDs. “Really, you can think of any ID document that we use today,” says Javier Ramirez, Sales Director Europe for Citizen ID Solutions for HID […]
During a hearing with U.S. senators, biometric exit gained a boost when a customs official said the security technology could be deployed in all major U.S. airports within four years. Already, officials have tested biometric exit systems in large airports, and have installed facial recognition technology at major border crossings.