Annet Steenbergen is the co-founder/initiator of the Aruba Happy Flow biometric border control project for the Government of Aruba. The journey to Happy Flow began 25 years ago when she stumbled into a job with the Dutch Immigration Naturalization Service. “Before long, I worked mostly in border management and border management policy,” Steenbergen says. “I […]
Face morphing, where an attacker merges photos of two people into a single image, is a specialty of Mei Ngan, Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and leader in morph detection. “If that image gets onto an identity credential such as a passport, it can be used by both people because modern […]
The “Diia” mobile app, launched early this year, is already proving popular among citizens, especially when it comes to digital drivers’ licenses.
It’s still too early to determine the lasting impact of Covid-19, but when it comes to digital ID, biometrics, and identity technology, rough patterns are emerging.
Looking to stay engaged and take advantage of some free ID tech education while working from home? If so, consider participating in ColorID’s webinar series, “Forum on Credential & Identity Security.” The series includes three 45-60 minute sessions that are presented at two different timeslots to accommodate different schedules. “COVID-19 has cancelled so many in-person […]
15 Apr, 2020Apple facial recognition to secure more products
After improving the iPhone facial recognition process, Apple may be considering the addition of the biometric tool to its traditional desktop and laptop computers.
Students at the University of Alabama are pushing forward the cause of mobile ID authentication via a project that involves the school’s massive football stadium.