From PINS to biometrics: the rise of fingerprint biometrics revolutionising payment security across Asia

Biometric cards are tested for false accept rates (FAR) and false reject rates (FRR). A card that regularly rejects a fingerprint would not be fit for purpose; a high false acceptance rate would be vulnerable to fraud.

by Stan Swearingen

To access this content please sign in or register below for free

SIGN IN

Having trouble signing in?

Contact Customer Support at
scsupport@haymarket.com
or call 020 8267 8121

REGISTER NOW FOR FREE

REGISTRATION BENEFITS

  • Full access to feature, opinion and review content
  • The weekly SC Newswire bulletin
  • The Buyers' Guide of the latest products, and salary survey

Create an account now

Video and interviews

Interview - Everyone has an Achilles heel: The new security paradigm

How can we defend networks now that the perimeter has all but disappeared?
Brought to you in partnership with ExtraHop