TWOSENSE.AI Keynote at International Conference on Data Science
Deal companies are broken because they forgot about their users.
We were honored to have had CEO, Dawud Gordon give a keynote at this year’s prestigious International Conference on Data Science. Here’s an abstract and slides.
Biometric Theft is a Big Deal and Behavioral Biometrics Can Help
Groupon’s stock price is down to 13.5% of their IPO, LivingSocial did a down round and laid off over 80% of their employees, and Amazon Local shut down its service. The deal space seems to be dying. But why? It’s because they forgot about what most people want. Let me explain.
WhatsApp Reneges On Their Promise Of True Message Encryption
TL;DR Biometric theft is permanent, essentially rendering that biometric (e.g. thumbprint) useless for the lifetime of that user. Behavioral biometrics use ephemeral data, meaning theft would only be a temporary disability.
WhatsApp’s security was recently hacked by white-hat researchers. After much click-baiting, it turns out they’re not actually collecting any information they shouldn’t be. They are, however, protecting it poorly, and they still have access to message content with the ability to share it with Facebook.