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Optus scores Australian-first with voice biometrics for ATO
No more security questions.
Jul 15 2015, 11:53AM
Biometric smartphones the next big thing: Ericsson
Apple sets the trend with fingerprint scanner.
Dec 13 2013, 8:00AM
Crims outed by Vic cops' facial recognition system
Zero false positives.
Mar 20 2013, 8:11AM
Customs strike hits strained security system
Operators a weak spot in security screening.
Sep 27 2011, 8:03AM
Melbourne council searches in vein for tardy staff
System promises to cut wages by 1 percent.
Sep 8 2011, 4:15PM
Facial recognition used in riots ahead of Olympic Games deployment
Police, vigilantes, tap into facial recognition.
Stewart Mitchell, Darren Pauli
Aug 16 2011, 7:38AM
Fingerprint tech sniffs coffee, cigarettes
Biometric tech tracks what suspects have been touching.
Aug 8 2011, 2:27PM
Ipswich CCTV network garners global interest
Aussie designer backs video surveillance for fighting crime.
Jul 7 2011, 1:27PM
Cisco cameras to monitor China
Aussie expert backs video surveillance as a crime fighting tool.
Jul 6 2011, 3:31PM
NSW Police and prisons get IT budget boost
Upgrades, biometrics and video conferencing on the agenda.
Jun 9 2010, 9:29AM
Government to collect biometrics from asylum seekers
Scheme labelled "dangerous".
Dec 7 2009, 3:16PM
Biometrics - the ultimate security?
Technology that uses characters' behaviours and genetics to identify and control them is usually a plot point in popular culture, used by authorities in dystopian settings of the near future.
Jul 10 2009, 10:00AM
Australians welcome biometrics for security
Australians support the introduction of new technologies such as biometrics as a means of providing greater security for their personal data and finances, according to the November Unisys Security Index conducted by Newspoll.
Dec 17 2008, 12:23PM
NSW Police upgrades biometrics with Argus
Argus Solutions has won a $400,000 tender from the NSW Police Force to upgrade and enhance its biometrics infrastructure.
Dec 17 2008, 11:39AM
NSW Department of Corrective Services eyes-off local biometrics product
Australian biometrics specialist, Argus Solutions, has won an order from the NSW Department of Corrective Services (NSW DCS) for the supply of its identity management solution.
Oct 30 2008, 2:57PM
Biometrics more popular than passwords
Most computer users happier to use voice recognition.
Jul 9 2008, 11:02PM
Australian biometrics software developer finds success in the UK
Australian biometrics developer, Argus Solutions has won a half million dollar deal with the Government of Wales (Welsh Assembly). The order takes Argus’ product order in the UK to around $1 million.
Feb 18 2008, 12:14PM
Biometrics, forefront of new Unisys R&D Centre
A device capable of capturing the image of veins in a person’s finger is amongst a range of innovative biometric technologies unveiled at the official launch of the Unisys Security Innovation Centre in Canberra.
Oct 15 2007, 4:23PM
Motorola biometrics crack Miami vice
Stalled cases solved with new Fingerprint Identification System.
Oct 4 2006, 9:44AM
ICT security orgs blast ID smartcard, biometrics
The Federal Government’s planned national ID smartcard has come into further criticism – this time from some of the country’s leading ICT security organisations.
Jun 15 2006, 1:02PM
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