CNBC shines a spotlight on Nuance and the future of biometrics in mobile banking

As internet hacks continue to surface, consumer frustrations with passwords and PINs are at an all-time high. This CNBC segment sheds light onto Nuance voice biometrics technology and its future in mobile banking.
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With security breaches surfacing at an alarming rate, it’s no surprise that financial institutions are searching for an alternative to the traditional password. This recent CNBC segment, “Biometrics and mobiles: Banking’s future?” is part of the series titled “Industrial Revolutions” and focuses on technologies that are revolutionizing the banking industry. The first half of the segment is dedicated to biometric authentication technology, noting that “as security breaches become ever more common, major companies are advising users to change their passwords on a frustratingly regular basis.” Nuance is featured as a “multinational software technology company [whose] voice recognition technology is being adopted by financial institutions throughout the world.”

Watch the news clip and you’ll see that CNBC drives home an important point. The way we do banking is set to change as technology adapts to fit the needs, wants, and expectations of consumers.

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Karen Link

About Karen Link

As a member of the corporate communications team at Nuance, Karen supports the Enterprise division’s various communication channels. She is responsible for assisting with media and analyst relations as well as providing editorial support for company announcements, social media, and posts for Nuance’s blog, What’s next. Previous to working for Nuance, Karen worked in New York City at a public relations agency with beauty clients including L’Oreal and Elizabeth Arden. Karen graduated summa cum laude from Endicott College with a B.S. in communication and a minor in hospitality. She enjoys rooting on New England sports team (the Patriots, in particular).