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Are we Safe to Bank on Biometrics?

By Martin Walshaw, Senior Systems Engineer at F5 NetworksBiometrics are quickly gaining momentum both in the global and local financial services sector, making the...

Be Your Own Password: The Rise of Biometrics for Business

By Davina Myburgh, director of Core Credit for TransUnion AfricaBiometrics may at the outset seem like a space-age, technology driven discipline, but using unique...

What is Interesting About the New Samsung Galaxy S8

by Staff WriterThe Galaxy S8 is being used by Samsung to regain customer trust by redefining what’s possible in safety.The Samsung Galaxy S8 delivered...

The Case of Kenya: Will Technology Deliver a Free and Fair...

by John WalubengoElections present a milestone beyond which countries either strengthen their democratic credentials or become failed states. Often states fail when there are either...

10 FinTech Firms to Watch in 2017 and Beyond

by Staff Writer Ten of the world’s freshest and most promising financial technology companies are currently showcasing their ingenious innovations to hundreds of banking executives...

Your Brain is Unique – Here’s How it Could be Used...

by Palaniappan RamaswamyBiometrics – technology that can recognise individuals based on physical and behavioural traits such as their faces, voices or fingerprints – are becoming...

SA’s LifeQ, Strivv to Develop Wrist Based Body Monitoring Platform

by Staff WriterSouth Africa’s health informatics firm LifeQ has collaborated with Silicon Valley-based Striiv to develop a high-scale, low-friction & personalised health information platform...

Don’t Post a Peace Sign in Selfies as “Hackers May Steal...

Is flashing the “PEACE” sign in selfies or photos posted on social media an easy way to hand over your fingerprints to hackers?U.S President-elect...
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