Mobile Biometric Market Research, Analysis & Forecasts

Mobile Biometric Market Landscape

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Acuity’s Mobile Biometric Market Landscape (MBML) premiers below. This model provides insight into how the mobile biometric market will likely evolve. Though every applications and use case may not fit neatly within its constraints, the model provides a useful tool for evaluating how the market will develop, where organizations fit, and what type of competition will be encountered.

For detailed analysis of the MBML, view The Mobile Biometric Landscape Webinar.

Not surprisingly, authentication volume and assurance levels have an inverse relationship. Assurance requirements increase as they move from day-to-day consumer use, to more secure enterprise applications, to the highest level of secure government solutions for military and intelligence operations. Conversely, authentication volumes grow from millions to billions to trillions as solutions move from externally vetted and authenticated high-security environments with centrally stored biometrics templates, to self authentication on personal devices for locally managed consumer applications.

Taming the Authentication Beast

Simplifying and Enhancing the Customer Journey with Biometrics in the Cloud

Financial service organizations that want to reap the benefits of the digital revolution to improve security, reduce friction, lower costs, and attract the most desirable customers, will adopt biometric authentication in the Cloud as the foundation for enhancing and securing the customer journey. On-device smartphone biometrics may improve the user authentication experience, but the big financial service payoff will come from Cloud-biometrics that also provide secure, reliable identity assurance. Pushing biometrics to "the edge" of the financial service ecosystem, e.g. mobile devices, simplifies authentication and reduces friction, but on-device biometrics can only link a user to a specific device. Cloud-based, or server-side, biometrics simplify authentication and reduce friction while linking an individual to a Unique Verifiable Identity (UVI) that is device and platform independent and provides non-revocable user, not device-based, audit trail for each transaction. More ...

Biometrics & Mobility Report: 2017

Acuity projects that by 2022 global mobile biometric market revenues will reach $50.6 billion annually. This includes 2.7 billion biometrically enabled smart mobile devices generating $3.1 billion in biometric sensor revenue annually, 16.7 billion biometric app downloads generating $29.2 billion in annual revenues from direct purchase and software development fees, and 1.37 trillion biometrically secured payment and non-payment transactions generating $18.3 billion in annual authentication fees. Find detailed analysis of the consumer market for mobile biometrics in The Global Biometrics and Mobility Report: The Convergence of Commerce and Privacy More ...

Mobile Biometric Market Brief

For more on the MBML and insight on the emerging mobile biometric marketplace, download Acuity's Market Analysis Brief The Center of Gravity of Has Shifted

Mobile Biometric Market Brief

For additional analysis on the impact of Apple's September 2014 announcmeents, including the iPhone 6 and Apple Pay, download Acuity's latest Market Analysis Brief The ABC’s of Mobility: Apple, Biometrics, and the Promise of Consumer-Centric Privacy.

Mobile Biometric Market Brief

For an inroduciton to the Global Mobile Biometrics market and high level forecasts, download Acuity's Market Analysis Brief Mobile Market Research Brief .

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