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Behavioural Biometrics stories

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Biometrics shift in UK security highlights privacy concerns
Last month
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cloud services
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surveillance
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Simon Alderson, of First Response Group, addresses privacy and security concerns emerging from the shift from CCTV to biometric technologies for surveillance.
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Exabeam introduces cloud-native portfolio of New-Scale SIEM
Tue, 18th Oct 2022
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siem
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biometrics
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ransomware
The company moves beyond legacy SIEM and introduces cloud-scale security log management, powerful behavioural analytics, and automated investigation products.
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LexisNexis Risk Solutions acquires behavioural biometric firm BehavioSec
Fri, 6th May 2022
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biometrics
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lexisnexis
LexisNexis Risk Solutions has acquired behavioural biometrics tech provider BehavioSec to enhance its digital identity-focused offerings.
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Fujitsu develops behavioural recognition tech, completes world first
Thu, 14th Jan 2021
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biometrics
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deep learning
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fujitsu laboratories
Fujitsu develops world's most accurate recognition technology for complex actions using deep learning and skeleton data.
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COVID-19 crushes fingerprint reader market
Mon, 19th Oct 2020
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surveillance
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smart cities
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biometrics
However, the biometrics market is expected to regain momentum with alternatives already beginning to find their feet.
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Australian behaviour assessment company acquired by US giant
Thu, 5th Mar 2020
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biometrics
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behavioural biometrics
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revelian
Revelian, an Aussie psychometrics firm, acquired by US-based Criteria Corp to boost talent analytics.
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Two top execs’ predictions for cybersecurity in 2019
Tue, 1st Jan 2019
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ransomware
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malware
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biometrics
One Identity and Secureworks executives Alex Tilley and Serkan Cetin have released what they see coming for cybersecurity in 2019.
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Making biometric technology more secure – One Identity
Wed, 3rd Oct 2018
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biometrics
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one identity
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behavioural biometrics
There are distinct security advantages to using something that’s a unique part of the user, rather than something they must recall from memory.