Forbes interviewed ImageWare's CTO David Harding about the dark web, data breaches, and more

Forbes Contributor Nicole Martin welcomed ImageWare’s CTO David Harding for a thought-provoking interview about the aftermath of data breaches. Questions revolved around the dark web, what happens to your data when it...

ImageWare Allows macOS Users Opportunity to Choose

Apple users are as loyal as they come. From camping overnight in front of Apple stores ahead of product launches to bugging their friends about "green text messages", Apple fans will move mountains to have their...

ImageWare Storms Area 51, Emerges with Alien Biometrics

Disclaimer: This announcement is entirely fictional in nature, and should not be taken seriously whatsoever. 

Twitter CEO’s Jack Dorsey Validates 2FA Vulnerabilities

According to the 2019 MidYear QuickView Data Breach Report by Risk Based Security, the first half of 2019 has had over 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches exposing over 4.1 billion records. These astounding numbers have...

ImageWare's Biometric Solutions Would Have Prevented the First-Ever Space Crime

Houston, we have a problem.

Facial Recognition: When Convenience and Privacy Collide

David Harding, ImageWare’s Chief Technology Officer, shares his thoughts with Security Magazine about many controversial biometric-related subjects. From data security to the fear of Big Brother, Harding offers his...

Two Key Lessons from the Suprema Biometric Data Breach

The storage of personal identity data is the most crucial, and yet most commonly overlooked step in a biometric system. After an identity is proofed, what happens to the data collected? It’s arguably the step that...

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