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Biometrics: Technology, Applications and Implementation for Financial Services

  • ID: 4755393
  • Report
  • 60 Pages
  • Nuper Technologies
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Access IS
  • Argus TrueID
  • Bank of Cyprus
  • Biyo
  • Gemalto (Global)
  • Qatar National Bank
  • MORE

Biometrics’ adoption by financial services will be helped by a combination of improving technologies, increased user acceptance/adoption as well as standards and regulatory frameworks that are becoming more attuned to the specific risks and opportunities presented by biometric technologies.

In this report, we look at the various types of biometrics (static and behavioural), the high-level technological architecture that allows a firm to take full advantage of (among other things) the uniqueness, permanence and low circumvention of biometrics. BioAPIs and biometrics as a service are also reviewed.

In addition to reviewing the current industry adoption, we look at practical examples of financial services firms that have implemented biometrics to deal with specific use cases. We then further classify the leading biometric technology providers and suggest some questions that firms should ask when selecting a vendor.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Access IS
  • Argus TrueID
  • Bank of Cyprus
  • Biyo
  • Gemalto (Global)
  • Qatar National Bank
  • MORE

Report Overview

1 Definitions and a Brief History of Biometrics
1.1 The Seven Pillars
1.2 Biometrics in Financial Services
1.3 Biometric Technologies
1.4 Biometric Technologies High-Level Functions
1.5 Biometric Systems

2 State of the Industry (Adoption Statistics, any Emerging Patterns)
2.1 Key Market Drivers
2.2 Key Market Restraints
2.3 Surveys
2.4 Biometrics in Traditional Banking
2.5 Biometrics in Insurance
2.6 Biometrics in Fintech
2.7 Biometrics in Asset Management and Others

3 Framework/Considerations for Use/Evaluation and Implementation
3.1 Modality Performance
3.2 Usability
3.3 Interoperability
3.4 Security
3.5 Privacy
3.6 Vendor Selection

4 Biometrics Standards
4.1 Other Standards

5 Biometrics and the Law
5.1 EU Region
5.2 The UK
5.3 The US

6 Behavioural Biometrics as the Future of Biometrics
6.1 Factors Favouring Behavioural Biometrics
6.2 The Future of Behavioural Biometrics: What’s Next?
6.3 Use Case

7 Leading Companies Providing Biometrics Services
7.1 Behavioural
7.2 Biometric Smart Cards
7.3 Face Recognition
7.4 Fingerprint
7.5 Eye
7.6 Multimodal
7.7 Voice

Glossary

  • Annex 1: The History of Biometrics
  • Annex 2: GDPR Article
  • Annex 3: List of Sources

List of Tables
Table 1 - Five Qualities that a Biometric Characteristic Should Have
Table 2 - Seven pillars of Biometric Wisdom
Table 3 - Biometric Identifiers Evaluated in the 7 Pillars
Table 4 - Biometric Identifiers, Applicability to Financial Services
Table 5 - Use Cases in Ac Opening/App Login
Table 6 - Use Cases in Payments
Table 7 - Privacy-Preserving Cryptographic Approaches

List of Figures
Figure 1 - Biometric technology authentication integration in the United States as of 2018, by market sector
Figure 2 - Global biometric system market revenue forecast from 2017 to 2022, by technology (in billion U.S. dollars)
Figure 3 - Business use of biometric authentication in North America and Europe as of 2018, by technology
Figure 4 - Biometric system’s operation
Figure 5 - The biometric verification process (Li 2006)
Figure 6 - Biometric system components
Figure 7 - Multimodal biometric system
Figure 8 - BioAPI architecture
Figure 9 - Categorisation of biometric presentation attacks
Figure 10 - User Acceptance for Biometrics Methods
Figure 11 - Service Providers Biometrics Survey
Figure 12 - Biometric Penetration
Figure 13 - Global Consumer Payment Survey
Figure 14 - Which Technologies will Dominate Retail Payments in 2022?
Figure 15 - System Accuracy Curve
Figure 16 - System Accuracy Curve for Civilian and High-Security Applications

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  • Access IS
  • Aeon Bank
  • Agile Computing
  • Alluvial
  • Argus Trueid
  • Argus TrueID
  • AUGMENTIQ
  • Aulich & Co
  • Auraya Systems
  • Aware, Inc.
  • Bank of Cyprus
  • Barclays
  • BioCatch
  • Biocryptology
  • Biometix
  • Biometric Solutions Denmark
  • Biyo
  • Cross Match Technologies, INC
  • Currency Matters
  • Daon Australia
  • Entrust Datacard Group PTY LTD
  • Fidelity
  • FNB
  • Gemalto (Global)
  • IDFC Bank
  • L-3 National Security Solutions
  • Laxton Group
  • MasterCard
  • Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
  • Nuance Communications INC
  • Qatar National Bank
  • Santander
  • SayPay
  • Secunet Security Networks AG
  • Sign2Pay
  • TLS Contact
  • Trust Stamp (USA)
  • UNISYS
  • Vanguard
  • VIX Verify (Edentiti Australia)
  • YOTI LTD
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