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If Oregon does not adopt an additional 11 elements to driver's license issuing procedures, its residents could find using their state-issued IDs to board planes quite difficult.
The U.S. intelligence community is working to push facial recognition software forward, enabling it to better determine the identity of people through a variety of photos, video and other images.
Perdue University researchers are working on technology that could enable users to replace passwords with iris or fingerprint scans, The Associated Press reports.
The researchers are testing emerging biometric technologies for weaknesses in the basement lab of Perdue University’s International Center for Biometrics Research. Iris and fingerprint scans, as well as facial and voice recognition, are just a few of the tools that could eliminate the need to frequently change passwords.
There is potentially more information for biometrics-based identity recognition in images of people than the face alone, according to a new study from the journal of Psychological Science by researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas and the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST).
The latest version of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard will soon require businesses to implement and perform penetration testing, but only 41 percent of retail sector enterprises currently use penetration testing to identify security risks.
An internal government memo written just days before the start of open enrollment for Obamacare warned of a "high" security risk because of a lack of testing of the HealthCare.gov website.
Crooks who steal credit and debit card numbers are now using an off-the-shelf technology to compromise computerized store cash registers.
A new study from PayPal finds that a majority of Americans are comfortable with the idea of using their biometric information instead of the passwords that are currently the norm.
We’ve come a long way from a musician, John Wiegand, working for Echlin Mfg. Corp., an auto parts firm, and his twisted wire invention that still holds a big but diminishing influence in identity and physical security.
People attending the opening game of the junior ice hockey team Tri-City Americans will be recorded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
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