Identity, biometrics, and authentication took center stage at the world's largest payments & financial services innovation event
This week marks the first deadline of the New York State Department of Financial Services cybersecurity regulations , and the end of the 180-day transitional period from when the regulations went into effect.
My cell phone rings. It's my daughter. She is hysterical. "Mom, you must come home right away! The government called and they said that you owe some taxes and if you don't pay it right away, you can go to jail! I am so scared; please come home now!"
Although the name doesn’t imply it, RATs began as a helpful software application, used by help desk personnel to access a remote PC to see what the user was experiencing, find issues, and provide immediate resolution. It didn’t take long for the cybercriminals to exploit this opening.
At the Digital Strategy Summit this week, a strategy manager for a commercial bank said it best: they have almost no fraud because they have made it almost impossible for anyone to get through, yet they know they have to do something to improve the experience, if they want to be competitive going forward.
If you were not at the K(NO)W Identity Conference last week in Washington, DC, you are probably wondering what the connection is. In the Tuesday morning keynote address, David Birch of Consult Hyperion not only entertained the audience, but tal