18 September 2014

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MasterCard is claiming a 98% success rate for pilot trials of a biometric verification system combining both voice and facial recognition.

The New York Attorney General's office has charged five individuals, including three bank tellers, with running an identity-theft ring that stole $850,000 from some of New York's biggest banks over a four-year period.

Nigerian police are on the hunt for an IT staffer at Skye Bank who hacked into the bank's systems and transferred $40 million to a raft of bogus accounts before going on the run.

JPMorgan says it has not seen any unusual customer fraud related to a recent cyber-attack on the bank.

Bitcoin ATM manufacturer Robocoin is to use PalmSecure biometric technology from Fujitu to strengthen authentication in its worldwide network of kiosks.


Visa begins tokenisation roll out

10 September 2014  |  9

Visa has taken advantage of the hoopla surrounding Apple's application of digital account tokens to replace card numbers for online and mobile purchasing by initiating the roll out of its Token Service to US clients.

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