Mobile IDs will change your interaction with governments

Once only a futuristic concept, mobile IDs have arrived and will fundamentally change the way governments and citizens interact. A mobile ID is a government-issued identification credential that is securely provisioned on to a citizen’s smartphone. A mobile phone can be used instead of … http://futurelab.assaabloy.com/en/mobile-ids-will-change-your-interaction-with-governments/

Top secure identity trends for 2016

HID Global has released their list of security trends to watch during 2016. Among the key developments you will find the growing demand for a more mobile-centric and satisfying user experience that HID Global believes will be the primary driver for security technology innovation during this year. Other top trends for 2016 include ongoing advancements in privacy protection and broader adoption of best practices for solution deployment. http://futurelab.assaabloy.com/en/top-secure-identity-trends-for-2016/

Reducing mobile security risks

Mobility may be a fact of life in just about all enterprises, but that doesn’t mean IT organizations aren’t concerned about its impact on security and compliance. Even as more organizations embrace the use of mobile devices by employees and customers to access services and applications, a new survey indicates that IT professionals are wrestling with heightened security risks - and are looking for help. http://futurelab.assaabloy.com/en/managing-mobile-security-risks/

Top secure identity trends for 2015

What are the most important trends to keep track of during this year? HID Global has issued its outlook on technology trends for 2015, as well as other anticipated developments across key vertical industries in the secure identity marketplace. The annual assessment is intended to help organizations understand and take advantage of the latest advances to improve security, convenience and the user experience. http://futurelab.assaabloy.com/en/top-secure-identity-trends-for-2015/

Sniffing out a suspect

Imagine a scene where investigators approach a suspicious person waiting in line to board a trans-Atlantic flight. He is wearing a hooded sweatshirt, oversized sunglasses and heavy gloves. Before he even says a word, the investigators have scanned the unobscured areas of his face with a surveillance camera. They picked up an odor signature as he approached a hidden sensor at the ticket counter and they covertly picked up his heart rhythms as he leaned against a metal handrail. http://futurelab.assaabloy.com/en/sniffing-out-a-suspect/