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2008-04-10 Atmel, Guard ID fight online identity fraud
Atmel and Guard ID Systems are collaborating to bring to market products that efficiently protect consumers against online identity theft and fraud
2016-02-19 Cyber theft amounts to millions in profits, study reveals
On average, a batch of 50 stolen credit or debit cards can make a seller between about $250,000 and $1 million, according to a study commissioned by the National Institute of Justice
2007-09-21 Zilog breaks into 32bit market with Zatara SoC
Zilog is now focusing on newly developed 32bit ARM-secured transaction products for POS applications, particularly the Zatara 32bit SoC designed for high-end applications requiring encryption.
2008-11-07 Validus taps IMI for powered cards
Integrated Microelectronics Inc. (IMI) and Validus Technologies Corporation are pleased to announce a strategic manufacturing alliance serving the global powered card industry.
2013-11-21 NXP's NFC sol'n promises secure online payments
The PN544PC, a derivative of a widely adopted NFC radio controller, will provide a basis for secure and convenient e-commerce transactions, stated the firm.
2010-10-28 Georgia Tech reveals new voice authentication technology
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology reveal an authentication technology that can identify a digital fingerprint hidden within voice signals.
2005-03-16 Fingerprint sensor touts security
A new tinier biometric fingerprint sensor from AuthenTec combines security, navigation and personalization functionality in the industry's smallest package for cellphones.
2002-12-11 Darpa puts thought into cognitive computing
A program that may push cognitive technology to a new level is being launched by the U.S. Department of Defense.
2005-06-27 Acacia Tech licenses simulation tools to National Instruments
Acacia Research Corp. has announced that its Tech Search LLC subsidiary has entered into a non-exclusive license with National Instruments covering a portfolio of patents that apply to computer simulation systems.
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