176 episodes

The weekly podcast covers relevant issues and breaking news from AVISIAN's suite of ID technology publications: ContactlessNews.com, CR80News.com, DigitalIDNews.com, NFCNews.com, RFIDNews.org and SecureIDNews.com.

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The weekly podcast covers relevant issues and breaking news from AVISIAN's suite of ID technology publications: ContactlessNews.com, CR80News.com, DigitalIDNews.com, NFCNews.com, RFIDNews.org and SecureIDNews.com.

    Mobile ID use cases beyond mobile driver’s licenses

    Mobile ID use cases beyond mobile driver’s licenses

    Mobile IDs are powerful credentials, and there are numerous use cases beyond proving driving privileges. The prospects are endless, from sporting permits to travel documents and gun licenses to health IDs.

    • 14 min
    State of the states for mobile driver’s license pilots

    State of the states for mobile driver’s license pilots

    In the third episode of a four-part podcast series, SecureIDNews explores the current landscape of state pilots around mobile driver’s licenses. The mobile IDs are rolling out in a series of innovative trials and many additional state legislatures are instructing their DMVs to prepare. Hear about the ‘state of the states’ in this episode of our podcast series, Investigating Mobile IDs and Credentials.

    • 9 min
    Mobile ID privacy concerns and privacy-enhancing opportunities

    Mobile ID privacy concerns and privacy-enhancing opportunities

    In the second episode of a four-part podcast series, SecureIDNews investigates both the privacy concerns and the opportunities for privacy enhancement that arise when traditional ID cards and credentials migrate to mobile devices. Mobile ID is poised to play a role in credentials including driver’s licenses, sporting licenses, professional licenses and travel documents. But key to acceptance will be communicating the privacy-enabling features to a cautious citizenry. Learn the ins and outs from key industry leaders in this episode of our podcast series, Investigating Mobile IDs and Credentials.

    • 10 min
    Women In Biometrics 2017 winner: Frances Zelazny, BioCatch

    Women In Biometrics 2017 winner: Frances Zelazny, BioCatch

    The name Stephanie Schuckers is almost synonymous with liveness detection in biometrics. But it doesn’t end there. Dr. Schuckers is also a professor at Clarkson University, director of the Center for ID Technology Research, founder of a biometric startup and mentor to an ongoing crop of new biometric scientists. Last year, the startup she founded was acquired by a leading biometric company. This month, she is being honored as a recipient of the 2017 Women in Biometrics Awards.

    • 5 min
    Women In Biometrics 2017 winner: Frances Zelazny, BioCatch

    Women In Biometrics 2017 winner: Frances Zelazny, BioCatch

    Biometrics was neither a household term nor a ‘handset technology’ when Frances Zelazny began working with facial recognition two decades ago. During her career she has helped shape the use of biometrics for security, identity and now for payment applications. Throughout, she has advocated for responsible use guidelines and practices, something that has proven essential to the industry’s maturation.

    • 6 min
    Women In Biometrics 2017 winner: Liane Moriyama, Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center

    Women In Biometrics 2017 winner: Liane Moriyama, Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center

    Liane Moriyama retired last summer as Administrator of the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center and she is honored for her innovative career as a 2017 winner of the Women in Biometrics awards. She was instrumental in bringing the first AFIS to Hawaii and helping other states to follow suit. But it is her crossover between the use of biometrics for law enforcement and its use to protect vulnerable populations that defines her most significant contributions.

    • 5 min

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