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Reopening businesses require new protocols -- and it looks like technology will play a major role in these efforts.
The development of technology within the banking industry has long been on the rise, but the COVID-19 crisis is stepping it up in new ways that could have a long-term, global impact.
As cyber thieves become ever more sophisticated, identity fraud remains one of the banking industry's top security concerns.
Digital IDs have been developing in various forms.
Biometric payments are expected to exceed $1.67 trillion per year by 2023.
Digital licenses are quickly gaining traction and could significantly impact the way that the banking industry verifies an individual's identity.
Biometric payment cards are meant to boost security by embedding fingerprint sensors that match the cardholder's print to a digital image stored on the card.
What you should know about fingerprint ID adoption for your biometrics strategy.
We give you a rundown of the latest in biometrics.
Unlike traditional biometrics, such as a fingerprint, invisible biometrics use sensors or computer coding that are unknown to an individual.