Halifax trials heartbeat authentication for mobile banking security

Danny Palmer
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Trial 'will help us further understand how we can serve our customers in the way that best appeals to their needs,' claims bank

Halifax, the high street bank owned by Lloyds Banking Group, has trialled technology which uses a customer's heartbeat as security authentication for its digital financial services. Under the pr...

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