At Fingerprints, we are serious about security for our users and have been leading development and standardization in this field on a broad front, ensuring that whatever we do, it is scalable and works for multiple customers across all platforms.
We take an active role in the industry in realizing the use of biometric technology. Fingerprints is a sponsor of the FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance, which contributes to our knowhow in secure online transactions to help accelerate the use of fingerprint sensors for secure and convenient user verification in mobile devices.
We are a member of GlobalPlatform, the organization for standardizing the management of applications for secure chip technology. Our technology can play a key role in authenticating a user’s secure access to mobile services.
Mobile Heights is an industry-driven networking community founded by Ericsson, Sony Mobile, Telia Company, the Regional Council of Skåne, and the universities of Lund, Malmö, and Blekinge. Today a large number of companies and organizations from multiple industries cooperate to boost business within the area of connected technologies. By investing in research, open innovation, and entrepreneurship, the common vision is to maintain and strengthen the region as an international hotspot for connected technologies.
Fingerprints' FPC ActiveIRIS for mobile is certified for use with Aadhaar, the worlds largest biometric identification system with over 1.2 billion users.
Fingerprints is a member of the Internet Finance Authentication alliance (IFAA).
Internet Finance Authentication alliance (IFAA) aims to achieve a more simple, more accurate way to verify the identity of human. The standard includes fingerprint, face, iris and other authentication methods. And the standard includes password-less payment, QR code payment and other business innovation.
Together with our customers and partners, Fingerprints will work to achieve an innovative, open, convenient and secure identity ecosystem.
Interoperability and security are key market drivers, hence Fingerprints are becoming an EMVCo Subscriber. EMVCo is a global technical body made up of six member organizations: American Express, Discover, JCB, Mastercard, UnionPay and Visa. EMVCo facilitates the acceptance and interoperability of secure payment transactions worldwide by managing and evolving the EMV® Specifications. It is supported by banks, merchants, processors, vendors and other ecosystem stakeholders.
To learn more about EMVCo please visit www.emvco.com
*EMV is a registered trademark in the U.S. and other countries, and is an unregistered trademark in other countries, owned by EMVCo.
As an executive member of Eurosmart, and appointed to lead the Biometrics Committee, Fingerprints will actively contribute to the working group on Biometrics, specifically it is Fingerprints’ intention to establish criteria as well as proof of biometric performance, its security and privacy to ensure its acceptance in the security infrastructure of electronic payment transactions, e-government, e-banking and corporate Identity Access Management.
The Eurosmart association brings together companies from a variety of sectors, including digital identities, data protection, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and payments. Eurosmart also promotes its members interest towards legislators and decision-makers within the EU.
To learn more about Eurosmart, please visit: www.eurosmart.com
Fingerprints is an affiliate member of the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition.
The EICC was founded in 2004 by a group of leading electronics companies, and is a non-profit coalition of electronics, retail, auto, toy companies – and now also biometrics. The organization’s vision is to jointly work with the sustainability challenges facing companies. Fingerprints support the EICC Code of Conduct and the work they are doing.
EICC members commit and are held accountable to a common Code of Conduct and members can utilize a range of EICC training and assessment tools to support continuous improvement in the social, environmental and ethical responsibility of their supply chains. The EICC also regularly engages in dialogue and collaborations with different stakeholders to gather the necessary range of perspectives and expertise to support and drive its members toward achieving the EICC mission and values of a responsible global electronics supply chain.
For more information about the EICC, please visit: http://www.eiccoalition.org/.