Author: Chris

Is Biometric Tech the Future for the Retail Industry?

Both on and offline, the retail industry is constantly changing and retailers are always on the lookout for new ways to enhance the shopping experience and streamline processes. As more brick-and-mortar retailers head online and integrate ecommerce-linked systems within their stores, the need for efficient...

How Corporations are Using Biometric Technology

In a survey carried out by professional IT industry network, Spiceworks, 62% of respondents’ companies are currently using some form of biometric tech. These companies have implemented biometrics for a range of purposes, from employee access and verification, to data security and password identification. The...

Are Passwords A Thing of the Past?

Passwords have been used for many years to grant access to any number of things, both physical and cyber-based. Whether used to open up a safe, check bank account details or to log into a website, the password serves as a gatekeeper to our own...

How Biometric Data is Stored

You may use your own biometric data several times a day, every single day, without consciously recognising that it’s your unique genetic makeup that is enabling you access. Maybe you enter work via facial recognition or clock-in with your fingerprint. Perhaps you authorise payments with...

Best Practices for Managing Physical Business Security

Business security refers to the measures you put in place in order to ensure that only the authorised parties have access to your assets, systems and premises. Most organisations, regardless of its operations or industry, tend to hold a lot of data and valuables, and...

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ievo Ltd Receives Lenel Factory Certification under the Lenel® OpenAccess Alliance Program

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, UK, Tuesday 20th November 2018 – ievo Ltd, a leading provider of biometric fingerprint recognition products, announced that it received Lenel factory certification and joined the Lenel® OpenAccess Alliance program. ievo biometric fingerprint recognition products can now interface with the OnGuard® access control system, providing...

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Biometrics and their place in the marketing world

Biometric technology is continually evolving and offering more than just security solutions. The possibilities of fingerprint and other biometric applications could be implemented to help create a tailored and hyper-personalised brand experience. Biometrics are increasingly shaping our relationship with digital technology. What was once a high-security...

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Fingerprint Scanners & Biometric Use in the Healthcare Sector

Biometrics are just what the doctor ordered The potential use for biometrics for physical security in any building or establishment is enormous, however, biometric technology is also emerging as a critical tool for the healthcare sector. The technology can help to enhance security for facilities, employees...

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London Heathrow initiates the world’s largest airport biometrics roll-out

London Heathrow has recently announced their £50 million initiative to integrate biometric identification to passenger journeys. The technology is designed to streamline and improve the overall flying experience and reduce the time from ‘checking in’ to ‘taking off’ by a third. The airport is planning on...

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What does the future for security look like?

Today, security measures are largely constrained by limitations. Many businesses rely on their employees to ensure their premises are secure by using methods such as key cards, PINS and passwords. These safety measures are increasingly at risk of sophisticated hackers, which could, potentially, cost companies...

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