Facial Recognition

Read: Surveys: Passwords No Longer in Top 3 Preferred Methods for Identity Verification

Surveys: Passwords No Longer in Top 3 Preferred Methods for Identity Verification

Experian’s Fraud Report found the top preferred methods for consumer authentication are biometrics, pin codes sent to cell phones, and behavioral analytics.

Read: 4 Ways Colleges Are Including Touchless Access Control Solutions in Their Safety Plans

4 Ways Colleges Are Including Touchless Access Control Solutions in Their Safety Plans

Before the pandemic essentially made it a necessity, many universities had already begun investing in touchless access control solutions to improve campus safety.

Read: Virginia Lawmakers Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition

Virginia Lawmakers Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition

The ban prohibits all local law enforcement agencies and campus police departments from using the technology unless expressly authorized by the state legislature.

Read: UPDATE: Hackers Responsible for Verkada Breach Viewed Sandy Hook School Cameras

UPDATE: Hackers Responsible for Verkada Breach Viewed Sandy Hook School Cameras

Hackers accessed Verkada cameras in Tesla factories and warehouses, Cloudflare offices, Equinox gyms, hospitals, jails, schools and police stations.

Read: Omnigo Sheldon Touchless Kiosk Offers Fever Detection, Facial Recognition

Omnigo Sheldon Touchless Kiosk Offers Fever Detection, Facial Recognition

Sheldon captures and stores data on all scanned subjects to facilitate ongoing incident reporting and prevention of future entry by banned individuals.

Read: Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Some education and healthcare facilities are retrofitting their access control systems while the U.S. is still recovering from the pandemic. Here are some other trends we will see in 2021.

Read: How Video Surveillance Will Help Police ID Those Responsible for the Siege of the U.S. Capitol

How Video Surveillance Will Help Police ID Those Responsible for the Siege of the U.S. Capitol

Umbrella Technologies CEO Thomas Carnevale explains how law enforcement will likely leverage video and facial recognition to ID the Capitol attackers.

Read: UMiami Students Say Campus Police Used Facial Recognition During Protests

UMiami Students Say Campus Police Used Facial Recognition During Protests

Nine University of Miami students were called into a Zoom meeting with the dean to discuss their participation in a protest regarding the coronavirus.

Read: Johnson Controls Debuts Frictionless Access Control Solution

Johnson Controls Debuts Frictionless Access Control Solution

Tyco Illustra Insight combines access control management software and a facial recognition camera to simultaneously recognize multiple people.

Read: More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

The letter is a part of a new effort by Fight for the Future, the digital rights group behind BanFacialRecognition.com that will specifically focus on K-12 schools.

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