Heightened awareness of security issues has led to a massive rise in biometric technologies. The demand is coming from both government agencies and companies seeking higher access security, said Chris Mullinger, of the Institute for …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Thursday, April 24 - 2003 @ 12:04
The use by banks of biometric technology – the analysis of unique body “signatures” such as fingerprint or iris scanning – is now seen as a viable alternative to personal identification numbers (PINs), to …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, June 09 - 2003 @ 09:17
With heightened regional security demands and growing concern among financial institutions over identity theft, the organisers report the Middle East Biometrics Forum has seen a rush of delegates registering for the event, which takes place …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Saturday, June 21 - 2003 @ 12:22
According to industry insiders, the move represents the single largest roll-out yet of a Civilian Authentication and Fingerprint Identity System (CAFIS) anywhere in the world.
With total contracts worth around US$250 million expected to be awarded …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, May 19 - 2003 @ 10:26
With increased security top of government agendas everywhere, science fiction has become science fact and Gulf governments are introducing multi-million dollar biometric-based identity programme for their civilian populations.
Biometric technology is about identifying people based on …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Thursday, June 05 - 2003 @ 10:11