SAN JOSE, Calif. & LONDON -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Tomorrow in London, the CTO of Validity Sensors, Inc., the leader in Natural ID™ authentication fingerprint sensors, Sebastien Taveau, is presenting at Consult Hyperion’s Tomorrow’s Transactions Forum 2013, formerly known as the Digital Money Forum.
This year’s event will focus on discussion and debate about mobile retail transactions and supporting new technologies. Taveau’s presentation “Who are you again?” will cover the future of the password and the ecosystem of advanced technologies that will simplify and better secure online transactions.
“Who are you again?” by Sebastien Taveau
|March 13 – 14||March 13|
|9:00 am – 6:30 PM||2:00 – 2:30 PM|
|One America Square||One America Square|
About Sebastien Taveau
Mr. Taveau has more than 20 years of experience in embedded solutions, mobile, software, and security. Most recently, at PayPal, he led the Mobile Ecosystem and Technology Integration group and has led the Mobile Disruptive Innovation team. He is a member of the eBay Inventors Club for his multiple patent contributions, and is a two-time recipient of the PayPalian Award. Additionally, Taveau founded and led Fluctuat LLC and has held senior positions at Cardsoft, Renesas, Ridgerun, and Motorola SPS (now Freescale).
Mr. Taveau acquired a postgraduate degree in International Business Administration (DESS GEI eq. IBA/EBS) from the University of Paris 1 — Pantheon Sorbonne and an MS in Business Management from the University of Tours in France.
Headquartered in San Jose, California, Validity (www.validityinc.com) is the world leader in Natural ID authentication, providing fingerprint sensors with the highest levels of performance, security, cost-effectiveness and design flexibility. Validity’s patented LiveFlex® fingerprint sensor technology enables authentication, mobile payments, and touch-based navigation for applications ranging from invisible, under-glass sensors for smartphones; buttons for handsets and tablets; and the world’s thinnest palm-rest designs for Ultrabook™ computers. For the latest news on biometrics and authentication, read Mr. Taveau’s Natural ID blog.