8 01, 2015

Behavioral biometrics will allow you in and – as a “bonus” – will keep you out

2016-11-16T10:46:31+00:00January 8th, 2015|Categories: Society, Technology|Tags: , |

We, being confined to our physical bodies, can only interact with the virtual world trough our devices. These devices are sensor laden and continuously registering our involuntary behavior in real [...]

6 01, 2015

Behavioral Biometrics: Blurring the line between Authentication and Identification

2016-11-16T10:46:31+00:00January 6th, 2015|Categories: Technology|Tags: , , |

(Part V in a series on Behavioral Biometrics.) In daily life the term “identification” is often used liberally when in a technical sense we are pointing at “authentication”. The main [...]

19 12, 2014

The sliding scale of physical and behavioral “fingerprints”

2016-11-16T10:46:31+00:00December 19th, 2014|Categories: Against the tide, Balance Group vs Individual, Technology|Tags: , , , , |

(Part II in a series on behavioral biometrics) On the side of a little inquiry I am making at the moment into the developing concept of “identity in the digital [...]

15 12, 2014

Behavioral biometrics: “Is there still any place to hide?”

2016-11-16T10:46:31+00:00December 15th, 2014|Categories: Human Nature, Next Payments, Question of the day, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

(Part I in a series on behavioral biometrics) The various types of biometrics have been lingering above our networked societies as its continuous technological development promises secure, easy and cost [...]

14 12, 2014

Sign2Pay: the return of the signature?

2016-11-16T10:46:31+00:00December 14th, 2014|Categories: Electronic Wallet, Next Payments|Tags: , , , |

(Prelude to a series on behavioral biometrics) Have you ever tried to create a signature on a touch screen or touch pad? You must have... With or without a stylus [...]