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MasterCard Developing Biometrics for Online Purchases

This fall, MasterCard will start experimenting with a new procedure to approve online purchases with a facial scan.


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Samsung Techwin America of Carson, Calif., presents the SSA-S30 Series of standalone single-door controllers. SSI Staff · April 06, 2011

The Security Industry Association (SIA) recently defended the use of biometrics in New Hampshire. The group has also voiced its concern with banning radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in Oklahoma ... March 16, 2011

Security funding, carbon monoxide (CO) detectors and Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) top the Security Industry Association's (SIA) 2011 Public Policy Agenda ... March 03, 2011

Installers seeking an access control system to deploy in schools might consider a biometric solution as an option ... January 26, 2011

i-Evo, a biometric reader provider, is now incorporating multispectral imaging sensors by Lumidigm to produce a line of indoor/outdoor fingerprint readers ... January 18, 2011

Approximately the size of a dollar bill, the EyeSwipe-Nano iris scanning access control system by Puerto Rico-based Hoyos Corp. can capture the irises of people from a distance and in motion at a rate of 20 people per minute, according to the company. SSI Staff · December 12, 2010

Hoyos Corp., a Puerto Rico-based biometrics R&D firm, will soon add its EyeSwipe-Nano, an iris scanning device, to its suite of identity management products. December 09, 2010

A Q&A session addresses code compliance challenges associated with projected beam smoke detectors, annunciators and keypads. By Al Colombo · December 06, 2010

Having previously supported the use of biometrics in the federal government E-Verify program, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has released a set of recommendations to implement the technology in an effort to protect individual privacy and prevent identity theft ... November 21, 2010

The Security Industry Association (SIA) is disputing a report by the National Research Council (NRC) that criticizes biometrics, stating that the study relies on data that is several years old and provides no new insights into the use of the technology ... November 15, 2010




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