Consumers in Apac prefer biometrics to passwords

41% of consumers in the region are resetting a password at least once a month because they cannot remember it: Entrust survey.

In Focus

The future of authentication is passwordless

Passwordless authentication like biometrics can eliminate risky password management practices while reducing attack vectors.
Transforming with biometrics, cloud and data - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Digital Economy

Transforming with biometrics, cloud and data

Here's how technology can help Apac organisations be more resilient.

Banking & finance

Compliance and growth must go hand-in-hand for digital banking

SINGAPORE (Oct 14): The rise of digital banks today is a sign of the times, and a promise of greater opportunities for banks that are ready to chart the brave new cyberworld. While digital transformation gives a sense of foreboding to many, it can offer

Data privacy

Governments play critical role in data protection, says RSA chief

SINGAPORE (July 16): The use of biometric authentication, or identifying individual users via facial and thumbprint recognition, has helped alleviate organisations’ headache of verifying identities.


Global Invacom cancels $280 mil acquisition of Tactilis due to 'difficulties' meeting agreement terms

SINGAPORE (April 22): Global Invacom, has cancelled its proposed US$200 million ($280 million) acquisition of Tactilis due to “difficulties in fulfilling all of the conditions precedent” in the sale purchase agreement (SPA) it signed with the vendor l


Are biometrics becoming the new norm for making payments in Singapore?

SINGAPORE (Mar 20): Making everyday purchases with the touch of a thumb, or a quick glance at a camera, are fast becoming the preferred mode of payment among Singaporeans, according to a recent Visa survey on biometric authentication for payments.


DBS launches digibank by DBS app in Indonesia

SINGAPORE (Aug 30): DBS Bank has launched its digibank by DBS app, a new-era, paperless mobile banking solution, in Indonesia.


Is Singapore falling behind in the race for cyber security?

SINGAPORE (July 19): Asia Pacific companies may be loosening their purse strings on cyber security, but this may not necessarily yield the desired results, according to a new report by security company Palo Alto Networks. 
Contactless payment


Cash is no longer king, at least among Singaporeans

SINGAPORE (May 16): Cash is fast becoming a thing of the past for Singaporeans, according to a recent Visa study.