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    Two-Factor Authentication Comes to Instagram

    Instagram has embraced two-factor authentication, announcing such security is now available to users of the photo-sharing app. The new security feature operates via text message. Users who turn on two-factor security in their settings will thenceforward receive a text from the app containing a six-digit code each time they go to log in; that code…

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  • Gemalto Offers Microsoft Azure Clients a New Security Tool
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      News Roundup: Connected Future, Connected ID

      Last week at Mobile ID World, innovation and security in the Internet of Things was a key topic, as connected cars, IoT encryption, and wearable tech made headlines. Meanwhile, we reported stories about fingerprint biometrics, facial recognition, and more as we prepared for the upcoming mobile biometrics expert webinar hosted by our sister site FindBiometrics.…

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  • Mobile ID World at MWC, Day 1: 5G Visions and Fingerprint Sensor Innovation
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      INTERVIEW: Kevin Alan Tussy, CEO, FaceTec

      Mobile ID World President Peter O’Neill recently spoke with Kevin Alan Tussy, CEO, FaceTec. ZoOm, FaceTec’s software-based facial recognition solution, stands out for its combination of identity matching and robust liveness detection. The following interview details how ZoOm’s liveness feature works, how the solution fits into the current mobile biometrics landscape, the innovative B2B, Free2C business…

  • Interview with Dr. Hemant Mardia, Managing Director and CEO, IDEX
  • MWC 2017 Audio Interview: David Pollington, Head of Applications & Services, GSMA
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