Deep learning algorithms, AI and neural networks may be getting their day in the sun, but they’ve been around for a while. It’s just in the past 15 years that they have gained traction, technology that was once niche is now becoming more mainstream and cost-effective.
IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, announced the launch of a new IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Industry Connections program: Digital Inclusion through Trust and Agency.
Identity company MorphoTrust USA looks to put a dent in tax fraud and theft by adding an additional layer of authentication security into the mix.
Machine learning may be hip and cool, but can it hip check fraudster trolls back to Middle Earth? April’s Digital Identity Tracker™ looks at how machine learning is used to nab fraudsters. Find that, plus the latest news and rankings of 105 top players in the space, including five new additions, inside the latest Tracker.
Cybercrime is ever present and ever bolder as bad guys seek to topple the most basic building blocks of how we live, interact and shop, on a nationwide and even global basis. Here’s what Socure CEO Sunil Madhu sees as the best defenses against the worst offenses.
PYMNTS’ Karen Webster discussed the thorny practice of digital identification, done speedily and well, with Confirm.io’s Co-Founder, Robert Geiman.
Terence Rice, VP and chief information security officer at Merck & Co., told the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce that healthcare cybersecurity still has a long way to go.
Cyberspace is opening up new battle fronts between individuals, corporations and even nations. Former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO Jim Stavridis and a panel of cyber security experts delved into the new ways good and bad actors do battle across the internet, waging war on several fronts.
Assessing the identity of an individual behind any online transaction or onboarding process is a difficult task, especially in today’s digitally powered world where cybercrime and data breaches have made personal data and credentials even easier for fraudsters to get their hands on.
Biometrics are increasingly giving little-loved usernames and passwords the boot, and for good reason – they’re less vulnerable to security breaches. PYMNTS caught up with USAA Bank’s Chief Security Officer, Gary McAlum, about the latest biometric security technology and why it’s critical for the financial services industry to share solutions.