Defending Biometric Security – Gluecon 2019

Great session at Gluecon 2019 yesterday on Defending Biometric Security — here are the overview slides on the session I conducted. High level overview, but a very useful and detailed conversation afterwards that went to a deeper level. Hope this high level overview is as useful to others as it was to our group who discussed at more depth at Gluecon. Defending Biometric Security from Ned Hayes Please like &...

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How to Use Biometrics to Ensure Security: An Interview with Ned Hayes of SureID — Toolbox Interview

| Interview with Ned Hayes (Re-posted from Toolbox) How to Use Biometrics to Ensure Security: An Interview with Ned Hayes of SureID By Neha Pradhan Thursday, February 14, 2019 “Biometrics provide multiple modalities and are not so easy to fake, spoof, or duplicate in real-time, they have now taken the pole position in terms of identity proofing.” The General Manager of SureID, Ned Hayes, weighs in on how the use of biom etrics technology has evolved over the years, allowing governments and users to create stricter laws around human rights and privacy. From iris scans to voice typing and gait tracking, Ned lets us know about the new methods of biometrics today and the security parameters that relate to them. As a technologist, identity researcher and author...

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State of Identity – Ned Hayes Interview

Episode 107 Risk and Compliance Bridging the Physical/Digital Divide with Ned Hayes of SureID February 14, 2019 Join SureID General Manager Ned Hayes as he shares how SureID is bringing FBI-approved background checks to nearly 1,000 locations nationwide with military-grade biometric capture technology.   https://content.blubrry.com/stateofidentity/SOI_2019_02_14_SureID.mp3 Please like &...

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Taking ethical action in identity: 5 steps for better biometrics

| Published in Help Net Security this week: Taking Ethical Action in Identity – 5 Steps Towards Better Biometrics   Glance at your phone. Tap a screen. Secure access granted! This is the power of biometric identity at work. The convenience of unlocking your phone with a fingertip or your face is undeniable. But ethical issues abound in the biometrics field. The film Minority Report demonstrated one possible future, in terms of precise advertising targeting based on a face. But the Spielberg film also demonstrated some of the downsides of biometrics – the stunning lack of privacy and consumer protection. What’s fascinating is that many of these concerns were anticipated over a century ago. In 1890, Louis Brandeis advocated privacy protection when he...

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Context Sensing in the Wild – New Proximity Awareness on Dell Laptops

Context Sensing in the Wild – New Proximity Awareness on Dell Laptops

My team at Intel spent the last few years working on this great new Context Sensing awareness system that will be announced on new Dell laptops at CES 2019. Congratulations to the Context team at Intel!  Dell’s new Latitude laptop can detect your presence and wake itself — Your laptop might already use your face to sign in, but Dell is taking it one step further. Ahead of CES 2019, the computer manufacturer has unveiled an updated version of its commercial 2-in-1, the Latitude 7400. These enterprise devices don’t usually come with the most exciting technologies, but this one is different. The new Latitude 7400 device comes equipped with a feature that can actually sense your presence and use Windows Hello to log you in. Dell calls the feature...

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