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By Alejandro Pulido, Standardization Expert at Valid A few months ago, several telecom companies began launching 5G connectivity pilots for their customers. The promises of this new generation of mobile networks include greater protection of user privacy, lower latency to allow VoIP applications, and speeds never before seen for streaming content playback. Users will take advantage of these Read more
By: Chris Mermigas, Senior Corporate Counsel/DPO at Valid 2020 brings a new decade, new laws, new industry regulations and deadlines for compliance across the globe. Below are the Top 10 Legal Updates for 2020 in the United States: Increased Electric Vehicle Fee. Certain states like Hawaii, Kansas, Alabama, Ohio and Illinois have raised the fee for having electrical Read more
Published in VM Blog on January 16, 2020 See published article here. __ What Will Give IoT A Leg Up In 2020 By Franco Zaro, Director of IoT Business Development at Valid Young IoT technology, such as connected homes and wearables, are little by little taking over the market mainly for three reasons: devices are getting smarter, prices Read more
Published in Silicon Republic on October 18, 2019 See published article here. __ Martin Kurpiel is the senior vice-president of Valid, a global technology provider that offers a robust portfolio of payment, mobile, data and identity solutions. Here, he discusses the importance of engendering a culture of security in an organisation in order to successfully safeguard data. Tell Read more
By Javier Cortés Sainz, RENA Banking Sales Director at Valid. There is a growing concern for the environment across multiple industries. Removing PVC from many products we use daily has become a major trend; in fact, governments are putting pressure on companies to replace PVC with 100% biodegradable materials and to reduce their CO2 footprint during the manufacturing Read more
By: Kevin Freiburger, Director of Identity Programs at Valid The idea of facial recognition applications in the public sector was once a seemingly impossible task. Early facial analysis software algorithms didn’t produce accurate or reliable results, systems were disproportionately inaccurate across certain genders and races, and the infrastructure required to power the system required a significant IT effort Read more
By: Surinder Dhar - Director of Mobile Solutions, Business Development Innovation is the cornerstone of any enterprise that aspires to be a market leader or to maintain their leadership position. Although security is top of mind for most enterprises, it is still not part of their innovation cycle. This is evident in the survey by Bromium (The CISOs Read more
By: Suresh Kumar - Director of Payment Technology & Product Management Apple has entered new territory with its first-ever credit card — and the tech giant’s not taking any risks. Before making it available to the masses in August, Apple rolled out the heavy titanium card to only a limited number of targeted users. And from a manufacturing Read more
By: Vikram Shanbhag – Vice President of Data Solutions Picture this moment – It’s around the Thanksgiving holiday, you have taken time off and decide to rummage through your old stuff stored away in the attic. You come across pictures, old diaries, post-it notes and other scraps of paper – some of them decades old, simply put aside Read more
By: Kevin Freiberger, Director of Identity Programs at Valid The New York State Education Department blocked facial recognition software testing in schools merely weeks before it was set to begin. This comes despite reassurances from the Lockport City School District that it would only enter the information of significant threats (like suspended or expelled students and sex offenders) Read more