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  • Liveness Detection Case Study

Mobile biometrics and liveness detection | Case Study

How Latin American banks are using Knomi® to win more customers and prevent fraud Dramatic advances in mobile phone technology and networks present banks the opportunity to make their services more accessible.  Customers can now use their mobile devices to quickly apply for new accounts and credit lines, access their account information, and perform purchases and transactions, all without ever visiting a branch or ATM. Credit towards purchase of big-ticket items such as home appliances, electronics, and furniture can be issued on the spot by retailers at the point of purchase. By many measures, Latin America leads the world [...]

  • Future of Authentication eBook

Mobile biometric authentication: A password-free future comes into focus

Introduction If you looked into your Magic 8-Ball and asked, “Will I ever be able to stop using passwords for authentication?” it would certainly reply: “Outlook good.” And the outlook is good considering biometrics are making authentication simpler and more secure than ever. Passwords have never looked so retro. But if you asked us the same question, we would say you don’t need a Magic 8-Ball to know that the future of authentication is already here. Download PDF here if you are having trouble viewing. https://www.aware.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/eBook_Mobile-Biometric-Authentication-Password-Free-Future_EMAIL.pdf Facial Recognition When rumors were first heard that Apple’s iPhone X [...]

  • Mobile Banking Biometrics

How Biometrics Expand the Reach of Mobile Banking

For financial institutions, mobile banking is a cost-effective way to reach new consumers. The technology offers financial inclusion and unprecedented convenience. The Nielsen Mobile Shopping, Banking and Payment Survey found 47 percent of consumers across the globe used their mobile phones to check their account balances at least once in the six months prior to March 2016. 42 percent said they had used their mobile devices to pay bills.

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