Morpho launches MorphoTablet biometric device

Tuesday 4 March 2014 09:05 CET | News

French identification, detection and e-document solutions company Morpho, a subsidiary of Safran Group, has rolled out the MorphoTablet, a touchscreen device aimed at securing mobile data operations using biometrics (fingerprint and facial recognition) and cryptographic functions.

Integrating Morpho’s biometric technology, the MorphoTablet comprises a fingerprint reader and a camera to capture and check biometric data. Its hardware and integrated encryption functions provide security to protect sensitive data and associated transactions. Using its biometric functions, coupled with integrated card readers (contact and contactless, including NFC), MorphoTablet can verify people’s identities in a variety of situations and environments including on-the-spot ID checks, elections, benefit payments, school tests, medical exams, access to secure areas.

In recent news, Spain-based financial institution CaixaBank has selected Morpho to deliver Trusted Service Management (TSM) for mobile payments via near field communication (NFC).

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Keywords: Morpho, MorphoTablet, biometrics, facial recognition, online fraud, France
Categories: Fraud & Financial Crime
Countries: World
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