June 30, 2011 – Le Monde Informatique by Jean Elyan (via Ellen Messmer)
La nouvelle technologie d’authentification de Kenneth Weiss, qui utilise en plus la biométrie vocale, pourrait être déployée pour sécuriser les paiements mobiles, les transactions bancaires et le cloud computing.
June 30, 2011 – Global Security Pipeline by Hollie Slade
Investors are falling over themselves to invest in mobile payments. …
However, a pertinent question remains. Is the technology actually secure? Kenneth Weiss, inventor of the SecurID tokens, whose technology is relied upon by more than 100 million people, Fortune 500 companies, as well as corporations, consumers, governments, and banks in more than 30 countries, told Global Security pipeline in an exclusive interview that he doesn’t think so.
June 29, 2011 – Network World by Ellen Messmer
The inventor of the two-factor authentication SecurID token says the latest technology he’s come up with is better because it can be used with a voiceprint biometric, plus it can be deployed for purposes of secure authentication in mobile phones, payments and cloud computing.
June 28, 2011 – TMCnet.com by Raju Shanbhag
Universal Secure Registry (USR) has announced that its USR electronic wallet patented technology is now available to third parties.