User Experience vs Security: Harder to Access Doesn’t Mean More Secure

Multi-factor authentication, or MFA, is widely considered state-of-the-art for highly secure access management. With MFA, users identify themselves using something they know (a password), a possession or something they...

Zero Trust Security - Why it Matters to You!

What Is Zero Trust Security?

Five Biometric Trends to Watch in 2020

Data breaches have become an ever-present threat in the digital age. In the first half of 2019 alone, there were over 3,800 cases of data breaches - representing a 54% increase over 2018. Compromised private data can...

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...

Passwords: A 2,400-Year History of Unreliability

David Harding, ImageWare’s Chief Technology Officer, shared his thoughts on the efficacy of passwords on both an enterprise security level and at a user-convenience basis. With 81 percent of data breaches resulting from...

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...

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