The Smart Card Alliance, a nonprofit advocate for increased understanding and adoption of smartcard technology, will soon turn its focus to the healthcare sector.
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Some security experts are concerned that the program does not require biometric authentication and see the policy as a loophole that could potentially be exploited by terrorists disguised as pilots.
The San Antonio Federal Credit Union recently adopted biometric technology to manage employee computer access.
Unfortunately, the cost associated with some high-tech security features is preventing U.S. companies from adopting smartcard technology, according the ATM Marketplace.
Although there have been several applications for the technology in medical and law enforcement sectors, consumer payments are expected to be a primary driver of growth for mobile biometrics.
Local authorities have urged citizens to review city ordinances related to door-to-door solicitors after a recent wave of complaints.
Mobile biometric fingerprint scanners and iris scanners are rumored to be making their way onto U.S. streets in the near future.
The Smart Card Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to smartcard education and promotion, recently supported the Obama administration’s National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace.
Using ID badges or biometric solutions to restrict physical access is fundamental to the security of enterprise IT departments.
Summa Health System, one of Ohio’s largest integrated healthcare delivery systems, has deployed a new fingerprint biometric authentication solution to strengthen its compliance with Ohio State Board of Pharmacy regulations.