Takeaways from Biometrics Implementation for Financial Services In Latin America
I was the conference chair and gave this presentation along with one other (Shortlisting Your Vendors) at the 2016 Biometrics in Banking & Financial Services symposium in New York.
In the presentation I shared with the audience takeaways from Latin American implementations of biometrics, where the attitude is somewhat different towards biometrics than in the US or Europe. For example, by 2016, ATMs (Automated Teller Machines) that worked via the bank customer’s fingerprint rather than a bank card were already implemented in Brazil. In Colombia, it had already become commonplace for customers to identify themselves via fingerprint for routine financial transactions.
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