Biometrics

Swiss-based biometric solutions provider LEGIC Identsystems and Chinese security firm ZKTeco have announced their partnership. With over 3600 employees, 1000+ R&D staff and 38 overseas subsidiaries, ZKTeco is dedicated to providing biometric solutions to global users of public services, enterprise and personal services. By joining the...

Biometric solutions provider Zwipe has announced its partnership with LEGIC Identsystems, as the companies look to provide end-to-end biometric access control solutions. LEGIC, who are the leading experts in end-to-end security for smartphone and smartcard-based access and mobility solutions, recently announced another partnership as they collaborate...

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is introducing chip-based electronic passports in the coming months with the machine-readable passports featuring additional security elements. The biometric passport will contain an embedded electronic processor chip containing the holder’s biometric information that will be used to authenticate their identity. Should...

Airports are rapidly adopting the use of biometric technology to help drive security, according to Valour Consultancy. The data from Valour Consultancy suggests there will be an increase in biometrically-enabled passenger touchpoints in the world’s airports of 320% over the next decade. Its Seamless Passenger Journey...

A new survey from Entrust has revealed the gap between the prioritisation of data security and training for employees. In its newest data study, Securing the New Hybrid Workplace, Entrust surveyed 1,500 business leaders across 10 countries to gain an in-depth understanding of how managers are...

As part of their COVID-19 response, Gallagher and Invixium have collaborated to develop an integrated, user-friendly solution to address the global market's immediate, health-oriented needs. IXM TITAN with Enhancement Kit is Invixium’s flagship biometric reader and hallmark of its COVID-19 solution, which delivers simultaneous face recognition...