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Giving payment cards the finger

Giving payment cards the finger

Source: Smart Payments Association

The Smart Payments Association believes biometric-enabled dual interface EMV smartcards are set to revolutionise the global payments markets.

The paper evaluates the definitive security and convenience advantages offered by sensor-on-card recognition and verification, how this approach fits well with existing EMV architectures, and provides recommendations on the key considerations for the design of underlying enrolment subsystems and enrolment programs.

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