Passwords are a hassle, and many organisations are opting for biometric authentication. Security expert Keith Rozario isn’t comforted by this, and explains why.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh on the balancing act CEOs have to maintain in trying to push forward their digital agenda, and a look at two startups: One in the infant stage, the other an ‘old hand.’
Hong Leong Bank has introduced biometric authentication for its Hong Leong Connect digital banking platform to give users an easier and more secure experience when conducting cashless transactions.
In this, the last instalment of the Tech Vision series, Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon looks at how emerging and innovative technologies can help Malaysia and Singapore solve their causeway traffic and border-crossing problems.
The Ecoo E04 Aurora could have been the smartest Android phablet buy of the year, expect for a couple of burning issues, writes Keith Liu.
Keith Liu gives the Elephone Pioneer P7000 a try, and while it packs a hardware punch and has some nifty features, is lacking in other areas. Read on to find out!
As the centre of financial services gravity moves to Gen X and Y, the industry needs to respond by designing identity services that accommodate the fusion of financial services, mobility and identity, and which engender consumer trust and confidence, writes Rocky Scopelliti of Telstra.
Most Singaporean consumers using mobile banking applications want their mobile devices to instantly recognise them via biometrics such as fingerprint and voiceprint, instead of having to prove who they are with passwords and usernames.
According to the latest MasterCard research, consumers have shifted their focus from questioning the security of mobile payments to now discussing the possibilities of enhanced digital experiences on devices.
CA Technologies said there were five key trends in security and identity and access management that will impact organisations and security professionals in 2015 as they compete in the application economy.