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Morpho (Safran), the biometric product company, is presenting 3DBioSecure at the 2013 CARTES exhibition (Hall 4 / Booth H001). This uses biometric technology to validate mobile payments.
Morpho says that its 3DBioSecure delivers a mobile biometric application for payment validation. While electronic signatures are currently based on random secret keys which are unrelated to their owners, 3DBioSecure uses biometrics to establish a link between the private key and its owner. This authentication provides enhanced security for online payment transactions and guarantees non-repudiation of electronic signatures, while delivering convenience to the user. As a result, the validity of electronic signatures cannot be challenged.
Régis Bauchière, Director, Identity Management of Morpho’s Identification Division, said: “With digital transactions on the rise, 3DBioSecure is a perfect illustration of how biometrics can help meet security challenges in the banking sector.”
The firm adds that 3DBioSecure was selected as a finalist for the SESAMES Award in the “Trusted Internet / Authentication” category. Morpho is a part of the Safran group,