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Validity CTO to Present Natural ID Solutions for Improving Mobile Risk Management and User Experience at NFC Solutions Summit 2012
Date:5/22/2012

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Validity Sensors, Inc., the leader in Natural ID authentication, announces that Chief Technology Officer, Sebastien Taveau, will participate in a panel discussion on "NFC Proximity Mobile Payments" at NFC Solutions Summit 2012. The session will take place on Wednesday May 23, 2012, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, in Burlingame, CA.

At the event, Taveau will discuss the chip-to-cloud security continuum and how both risk management and the user experience can be greatly improved using Natural ID solutions (fingerprint, voice, kinetics, etc.).  Taveau notes that the best way to manage risk on a mobile device is to create a strong tie between the user of the account and the device itself. This linkage can be easily accomplished by building Natural ID into the mobile device, thereby improving the security of transactions while improving the user experience by minimizing data entry requirements.

Taveau will be joined on the panel by representatives of Isis, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and Verifone. The panel will be moderated by a representative of JCB USA. 

About Validity

Founded in 2000, and headquartered in San Jose, California, Validity is the leader in Natural ID authentication, providing the most durable, flexible, highest performing, and cost effective fingerprint sensors and authentication solutions for notebook and Ultrabook™ computers, handsets, tablets, and access control solutions.

Validity's biometric security products enable convenient, secure and affordable solutions for identity validation, including features such as password replacement, identity verification, centralized management for corporate network security, secure wireless transactions, protection of portable data, and physical access control. For more information, visit

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