This week’s roundup of Mobile ID World’s top stories comprises another varied lineup of topics, touching on cybersecurity, connected cars, 2FA security keys, and even good old fashioned payment cards.
BlackBerry headlined one of the most popular of the bunch with its news that it had upgraded its AtHoc Emergency Mass Notification System. AWS GovCloud has been added to its AtHoc’s cloud infrastructure, bringing it into compliance with Office of Personnel Management guidelines, and potentially making it a more appealing solution in the government market:
In connected car news, Cerence got some attention this week with its partnership with CerebrumX. The latter’s Augmented Deep Learning Platform (ADLP) will be integrated into Cerence’s flagship Cerence Drive solution, with the two companies hoping that their collaboration will make the driving experience safer for end users:
Socure, meanwhile, stoked reader interest with its announcement that Baker Tilly has completed an audit of its Intelligent KYC solution, and found that it meets CIP and USA PATRIOT Act requirements:
As for 2FA security, readers showed sustained interest this week in a recent development concerning Yubico, the provider of USB and NFC security keys that enable end users to confirm that…