Infosec In the City (IIC)
Silicon Biometrics — A Novel Approach to Solve Digital Identify Fraud — by Shantanu Bhattacharya
SINCON 2020 Conference Insights Track
Day 2 (3 Jan 2021)
@ Main Stage
[SINCON 2020 Conference Full Schedule]
Silicon Biometrics is a technology that leverages hardware characteristics of electronic devices to increase the trust level of all digital conversations, even machine to machine conversations. The talk describes why the approach is useful and what difference it can bring to digital conversations. In fact, it can not only detect, but it can prevent digital identity fraud in many cases, thus stopping from digital identity fraud from occurring in the first place.
Sounds interesting? Join my talk to find out how and what are its implications and potential applications.
For the uninitiated, the world economy is spending upwards of $150 Billion USD per annum in 2020 to solve the digital identity fraud problem but still loses $550 Billion USD every single year. Therefore, there is a need for technology that approaches the problem from a very different perspective like Silicon Biometrics.
About Shantanu Bhattacharya
SHANTANU BHATTACHARYA has more than 25 years of cybersecurity experience and has delivered cybersecurity solutions to large conglomerates like Siemens and Fujitsu. Shantanu is the inventor of the Silicon Biometrics technology that is currently the patent-pending technology from Phone Pass. Shantanu also writes on cybersecurity, speaks at conferences, advises organisations as Non-Executive Director in his spare time.