By Mohammed Murad
This is where biometrics can play an important role in securing databases. Passwords, cards and PINs can be hacked, shared or stolen; a biometric identifier cannot. Biometrics offer a way for our industry
ID4Africa: Iris ID’s Mohammed Murad on Addressing Africa’s Identity Challenges with Biometrics [Audio]
At ID4Africa (June 18-20), Peter O’Neill, President of FindBiometrics stopped by booth D02 and spoke with Mohammed Murad, vice president, Global Sales, Marketing and Business Development, Iris ID. Their conversation starts with talk of
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Privacy has become a worldwide concern as citizens worry about the safety of personal information stored in databases owned and controlled by private and public organizations.
Recent database hacks
FindBiometrics Managing Editor Peter Counter recently interviewed Mohammed Murad, Vice President, Global Sales, Marketing and Business Development, Iris ID. The conversation begins on the topic of recent
By Mohammed Murad, Iris ID Vice President Global Sales and Business Development, for American Security Today
Any enterprise organization has to approach security on two fronts – physical and the logical. Until recently, there’s been little
Mohammed Murad (right), vice president global sales and development for Iris ID, accepts the Security Industry Association (SIA) New Product Showcase award from Rand Price, chief operations
Highly accurate biometric technology, once found exclusively in military and other secretive
- Publication: SecurityInfoWatch – Online
- Date: August 19, 2016
- Circulation: Online: 132,595 unique monthly visitors
- Topic: UAE retailer using Iris ID
- Headline: “Iris ID biometric system selected by UAE retailer for time
Security technology is increasingly being used to help organizations tackle challenges going far beyond controlling access to office buildings and monitoring parking lot activity.
Clear, a private trusted-traveler program, is expanding thanks to longer TSA lines and a Delta linkup, Scott McCartney writes.
A key element in the Transportation Security Administration’s strategy to manage security lines is to get millions