The biometrics evolution
Biometric access control technology is getting smarter, and South Africa is at the forefront.
Uses of biometrics for financial institutions
Biometrics ideally ensures only authorised personnel gain access to specific zones, says Nicolas Garcia, sales manager at Morpho SA.
Financial fraud solutions at our fingertips
Fraud is one of the biggest threats to business for the financial services sector, says Nick Perkins, divisional director, Identity Management, Bytes System Integration.
Logical access key for privacy management
Information about individuals has become readily available, says Stan Khan, managing director of Muvoni Biometrics and Smartcard Solutions.
Biometric technology to combat healthcare fraud
South African companies experience more fraud than their counterpart companies in other countries, says Dr Nick van der Merwe, Director of Muvoni Biometric and Smartcard Solutions.
Debunking biometrics myths
There are many myths and misnomers surrounding these unique identifiers and the technology used to capture them. Nick van der Merwe, director of Technology and Business Development at Muvoni Biometric & Smartcard Solutions.
Becoming your own password
Imagine never again having to waste time creating 'secure', 'memorable' passwords.
No silver bullet
Biometrics is a maturing technology in SA, but experts warn that it's merely a piece in the puzzle for corporate security
Biometric control takes gyms by storm
The number of gyms utilising biometrics is growing daily, says Jans Wessels, MD of Dex Group Informatix.
Biometrics could ease security industry crisis
The impact of the recent security workers` strike could have been significantly less if existing biometrical systems had been used, says Jans Wessels, MD of Dex Informatix.
Biometrics: The coming of age
The rapid convergence of wireless communications and financial transactions must be seen as a background to any wide-scale biometric implementation, says Gwena"el Trotel, new business development manager at NamITech.