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

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

When it comes to biometrics, the U.S. Department. of Defense has gained vast experience during the wars in Iraq and...

September 23rd, 2009 Ellen Messmer

U.K. government launches first ID cards

U.K. government launches first ID cards

LONDON - The Home Office has started issuing the first biometric identity cards, to people from outside the European Economic...

November 25th, 2008 Siobhan Chapman

UK can’t pin down ID card costs

UK can’t pin down ID card costs

The U.K. government says there is a "significant probablity" that costs of its controversial ID card plan will change in...

November 8th, 2007 Tash Shiffrin

E.U. moves closer to biometric passports

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....

December 2nd, 2004 Laura Rohde

Greg Enright: Tripwire plan a solid start

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...

August 21st, 2003 No Author

Atsonic launches sweet software

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.The...

January 9th, 2003 Albert Leonardo

Sony launches new fingerprint scanner

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...

November 4th, 2002 Paul Roberts

Give Your Computer the Finger

Give Your Computer the Finger

Fingerprint readers and iris scanners aren't just for James Bond anymore. Actually, if biometrics isn't already creeping into your corporate...

January 31st, 2001 Sharon Gaudin