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Severe consequences of losing your data?

I read this article from TheRegister with mild interest:

“Medical Data Experiment goes horribly wrong: 950,000 records lost” – http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/01/27/centene_loses_95000_medical_records_on_six_hard_disks/

Ok, so yet another ‘company loses personal data, warns as a precaution’ story.  820 more words


Brainprints hit 100% accuracy at identity verification

Brainprint. Bee. Lady Gaga.

When you read those words, the part of your brain that assigns meaning to words sparkled, firing neurons in a pattern that’s both consistent and unique to each of us. 1,324 more words


POLITICAL THROWBACK: My First E-Election Experience

A seven to seven interplay of source codes, paper jams and inkblots will have the Filipinos registered voters once again exercise their traditionally branded natural right to suffrage which to clarify is a political one in a few months. 612 more words


Biometric Banking: The Eyes Have It

The Apple iPhone with the fingerprint security sensor was an introduction to biometrics, and the technology (as all technology today) has gone into overdrive since. Regardless of the contentious nature of Samsung’s relationship with Apple, each claiming the other stole this or that, the sneak peek into tech was too good to be ignored. 513 more words

Irvin Goldman

Do Biometric Techniques Enhance Security Standards?

A reliable, flexible and secure system is a great concern and challenging issue for the organization as security breaches and transaction fraud is increasing day by day. 359 more words