On May 1, 1999, I began my career in the biometrics and identity industry at an unknown, fledgling company called Visionics that was promoting facial recognition in a shrink-wrapped box to allow people to log onto their PCs safely.
Business email compromise (BEC) and remote access trojan (RATs) attacks are two of the top threats for companies to keep an eye on in 2019.
Latin America is one of the hardest hit regions in the world by cybercrime — and cybercriminals are only getting more sophisticated by the day. Many attacks are homegrown, highly-effective, and targeted specifically at financial institutions in LATAM.
In 2019, a fantastic customer experience is arguably the biggest factor driving business growth. But if that’s the case, outdated, clunky, technology tools and solutions are one of the greatest hindrances. Particularly when considering digital banking security.
If you were in San Francisco last week, you would have wondered where the RSA Conference actually was. Personally, I spent a total of 90 minutes in the BioCatch booth over the course of the three days, and much more time outside Moscone Center than on the show floor. That being said, when I was at the trade show proper, there was a continuous crowd, lots of good buzz and conversation, and a palpable energy around when next generation information security will arrive.
The value of payments cleared by Payments Canada’s systems in 2017 was approximately $50 trillion, or roughly $200 billion every business day. By 2020, these payments will be completed faster — in “real-time” or “near real-time” — with many benefits beyond just faster access to funds.