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Innovative project leaders are using a host of different technologies and approaches to solve unique secure ID needs. In this issue, we highlight a few of the technologies that are sometimes overlooked – 2D barcodes, one time password generators, optical stripes, zigbee, and more.
A powerful new incentive is pushing U.S. financial institutions to consider smart cards, one-time password technology, or other two-factor authentication for their online banking environments. Read on to find out how this new report is shaking up the ID and banking worlds.
The need to strengthen a host of network-based authentications has created a growing demand for two-factor solutions. One time password generators are rising to fill the void and bring stronger security to the masses.
As governments around the world consider strengthening the security of their driver licenses and other credentials, India continues to issue an advanced ID with both contact chip and optical stripe technologies.
With the ability to store well more than 1000 characters of data in a small space, 2D barcodes have obvious advantages over traditional barcodes. But how do they stack up against other ID technologies? Read on …
ZigBee standard is already creating smarter buildings but a link with ID systems may expand its wireless horizons
The array of electronics and sensors in the home and office may soon talk to one and other thanks to a technology called ZigBee. Such communication could improve security as alarm systems share info with lighting and communication systems. Add secure ID technology to the mix and the opportunity for customized environments is endless.