MyEG, one of the largest publicly-listed tech companies in South-East Asia, has come out in an attempt to clear the air over its appointment as the sole provider of the online renewal of foreign workers’ work permits, and issues related to this appointment.
With an increasing number of data security breaches due to weak passwords and inadequate network and data encryption systems, many organisations are considering deploying biometric single sign-on solutions for secure password and identity management, writes Arifin Hussain.
The use of biometrics by border control agencies worldwide is now commonplace, but Arifin Hussain presents a strong argument for stepping up to multimodal systems.
MasterCard Inc has outlined its vision for online payments beyond passwords, saying this would make life simpler for cardholders while increasing security.
IBM has unveiled the eighth annual ‘IBM 5 in 5 – a list of innovations that it said would have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact during the next five years.
Fortinet has rolled out FortiGuard Labs’ 2014 security predictions, highlighting five threats to watch out for next year.
Biometric technology has gradually gained prominence across both government and commercial sectors, but it is the former that offers the most promising growth opportunities, writes Ram Ravi of Frost & Sullivan.