Latest biometric News

Customs opens eGates for 10-year-olds and six more countries
Worldcoin Foundation Launches, Open Sources “Perfect Secrecy” SMPC System to Help Organizations Strengthen Biometric Data Security Protections
VR Poses Privacy Risks for Kids. A New Study Finds Parents Aren’t as Worried as They Should Be
Australia will trial ‘age assurance’ tech to bar children from online porn. What is it and will it work?
Banks continue fight against scammers as new report shows drop in losses  
Apple to expand repair options with support for used genuine parts
Early Signs Of Success In War Against Scammers
Embracing Payroll Technology
Digital ID scheme has so much promise but it’s up to Parliament to ensure social licence
First-in-Victoria spinning simulator to turn heads
Editing memories, spying on our bodies, normalising weird goggles: Apple’s new Vision Pro has big ambitions
Digital licences will be parked on your phone soon, but is your information safe?
$12 million in Medicare benefits hits bank accounts
Emerging WA innovators to exhibit at global agrifood-tech event
Banks update principles supporting customers with a disability  
A nationwide Digital ID is Australia’s first line of defence against cybercrime
SMALL BUSINESS OMBUDSMAN WELCOMES BANKING INDUSTRY PLEDGE TO FIGHT SCAMS
Banks unite to declare war on scammers
Westpac joins Australian banks to combat scams
New myGov Advisory Group as crackdown on scams begins
Westpac NZ adopts biometric technology to help keep customers safe
Touchless Dexus security upgrade integrates a perfect jigsaw of solutions to meet tenant needs
Protecting Australians’ identity big responsibility
The importance of layered physical security in a data protection strategy
ANZ to implement mule account detection capabilities in continued fight against scams
Border Force stops serial identity scammer at Sydney Airport
Health insurance claims in seconds, not minutes, with new Frank Health Insurance app
Digital ID scheme: combating cyber fraud and identity theft will be the biggest challenge
How good or evil are you when gaming?
Apple expands Self Service Repair and updates System Configuration process
UN experts: New and emerging technologies need urgent oversight and robust transparency
Community input sought on privacy laws
What happens to your body when you throw an axe?
What happens to your body when you throw axe?
Alarming misuse of high-risk technologies in global fight against terrorism says UN expert
NAB takes action to help stop spoofing scams
TfNSW explores frictionless ticketing technology for People With Disability
Why we judge chocolate by its cover
Arriving at Airport ‘Ready to Fly’ is Closer to Reality with New Industry Standards
IATA Establishes Modern Airline Retailing Program
ANZ Plus continues as Australia’s fastest growing new digital bank
Read fine print before sending your child to Mars these holidays
Is tracking your sleep good idea?
Goodbye boarding passes, hello biometric facial recognition
NSW Digital ID step closer
Convenience is Top Priority for Passengers Post Pandemic
IPadOS 16 is available today
MacOS Ventura is now available