NexID and Liveness Detection Featured in SecureID News Article

POTSDAM, NY – 4/22/14 – NexID Biometrics, a leading provider of spoof mitigation and liveness detection solutions for the biometric authentication industry, was today featured in SecureID News, an online publication of Avisian Publishing. Written by Andrew Hudson, the article explained the current state of liveness detection, also known as presentation attack detection. The article can be found here … http://secureidnews.com/news-item/liveness-detection-forces-hand-of-biometric-spoofers/2/.

About NexID Biometrics

NexID Biometrics is a leading software and technology supplier to the biometric authentication industry. The company develops and licenses liveness detection / spoof mitigation software that enables fingerprint-scanning technologies to more accurately, and with greater confidence, authenticate scanned images by mitigating spoof-related risks. The company also provides testing and analysis of fingerprint scanning devices to identify existing vulnerabilities to known spoofing strategies. The company’s founders represent some of the world’s leading authorities on biometric spoof mitigation and liveness detection.

About Avisian Publishing

AVISIAN Publishing produces a suite of industry-defining publications covering the major vertical markets of identification technology. Regarding ID Magazine (re:ID) and CR80News Magazine are the flagship print products. A highly regarded series of online publications serve a worldwide audience: ContactlessNews.com, CR80News.com, DigitalIDNews.com, IDNoticias.com, FIPS201.com, NFCNews.com, RFIDNews.org, SecureIDNews.com, and ThirdFactor.com. Avisian’s team of writers and bloggers is led by individuals with real-world ID experience. With a subscriber base exceeding 30,000 professionals across 40 countries and online visitor sessions surpassing 250,000 each month, the publications are the “go-to” source for each rapidly growing industry vertical. – See more at: http://secureidnews.com/about/#sthash.id7zrfQZ.dpuf