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Millennials open to facial recognition for payments

Nearly three quarters of millennials believe facial recognition technology will be effective or very effective in providing biometric authentication, a study by payments consultancy Aite Group revealed.

  • Security & Fraud

Zero-Knowledge Proof: More secure than passwords?

This little-known mathematical concept could eventually make passwords and PIN codes obsolete. But what exactly is zero-knowledge?

  • Security & Fraud

India leads the way in biometric use

Consumers in the East are more likely to adopt biometrics than those in the West, according to HSBC’s Trust in Technology report.

  • Tech trends

Biometric mobile payments set to surge 230% in 2017

The number of mobile payments authenticated by biometrics will increase to nearly $2 billion this year, up from $600 million in 2016, according to research from Juniper Research.

  • Tech trends

APAC consumers feel secure shopping online

90% of APAC consumers have made an online purchase in the last three months. 

  • Tech trends

MasterCard trials biometric EMV card

MasterCard users could soon be using their fingerprints to verify their purchases.

  • Security & Fraud