ImageWare Storms Area 51, Emerges with Alien Biometrics

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

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...

Liveness Detection: The Next Step into Facial Recognition

Face authentication was the middle child of biometrics for years, being unnoticed while standing aside to more popular biometric modals such as the fingerprint. It all changed in November 2017, when Apple announced face...

Face Recognition: Reliable Security or Just Cool Technology?

You are living in the future. While everybody else is using passwords, pins, and badges, all you need is a glance – your face authentication system recognizes you and access is granted. Despite this sounding like a...

SecuritySolutionsWatch.com Interview With Jason Bradlee: Head of Security, Fujitsu Americas

SecuritySolutionsWatch.com: Thank you for joining us today, Jason. Before drilling down into Fujitsu’s Biometrics-as-a-Service (BIOaaS) please give us an overview of Fujitsu Americas and please tell us about your...

AUDIO INTERVIEW: ImageWare at Mobile World Congress 2018

By now, ImageWare‘s GoVerifyID platform is well established, and so the company has taken the opportunity of this year’s Mobile World Congress to show off how it’s being used by partners including SAP and Fujitsu. Those...

Hack of the Century

“Hack of the Century” - How Biometrics Can Help Bridge the Last Mile of IT Security  By: Violet Le 8.3.2015

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