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Hackers claim they thwarted iPhone’s Touch ID

Fingerprint authentication, a biometric security feature highlighted in the recently released iPhone 5S smart phone, is not secure and should be avoided as a...

U.S. working on federated biometrics-based identity management

The U.S. Defence Department still lacks a common architecture for a unified biometrics capability but it continues to test DNA, fingerprint, facial images and iris scan technology ID management...

U.K. government launches first ID cards

Cards will have photos and fingerprints for foreign nationals. A member of parliament said the scheme will have no impact on crime or illegal immigration

UK can’t pin down ID card costs

Government publishes estimates, but admits a "significant probability" that costs will change.

E.U. moves closer to biometric passports

The European Union (E.U.) is on track to begin including biometric identifiers in the passports issued by its member nations. The biometric data is also expected to include, by 2008, fingerprints, though E.U. officials are debating whether the fingerprint data should be made obligatory.

Greg Enright: Tripwire plan a solid start

News earlier this month of a burgeoning initiative from a data management firm in Portland, Ore., of all places, should provide network managers with a reason to be hopeful when it comes to the protection of their firm's prized assets.

Atsonic launches sweet software

Chicago-based Atsonic LLC on Friday released SweetFINGER, fingerprint technology which is targeted at law enforcement agencies and the medical profession.

Sony launches new fingerprint scanner

A new fingerprint reader from Sony Electronics Inc. that can store, match and export fingerprint images is tailored to organizations trying to meet stringent IT security requirements in the areas of health care and homeland security, according to information published on Sony's Web site.

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