29 July 2021

How will Indonesia Prepare for Digital Economic Inclusion

Indonesia seems to be gradually promoting financial inclusion clamoring to reach 75% in 2019. The digitization of financial services and social assistance have contributed to increasing financial inclusion rate to 65% in 2019, thus failing the government target of 75%.

27 July 2021

Bangladesh Enforces e-KYC Guidelines Through Field Agents to Solve Financial Inclusion Issues

PT. Cakrawala Data Integrasi, as the biometric solutions company interested on the application of Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) issued electronic know-your-customer (e-KYC) guidelines, paving the way for bringing people under the financial services without their physical presence at financial institutions.

23 July 2021

The New Method of Immigration Bureau of Thailand Detects Traveller

Identity is an enduring social and political issue. By binding an authority and privilege to a specific individual, biometrics enables a new focus on the protection of identity, authority, privilege and privacy. We all have only one true identity, and this identity must be protected in a thoughtful manners.

21 July 2021

The Reason Singapore States e-KYC as One of the Cheapest Investment During Pandemic

Developing a company in a digital ecosystem is certainly a challenge. We realize development a company cannot be separated from a number of expenses or investments that are intended for stepping forward.

16 July 2021

The 16 Digits of e-KTP Reveal Your Personal Information

When you turn 17 years old, as an Indonesian citizen you will be granted an official identity card. This electronic identity card, known as e-KTP or Identity Card, is often needed when you fill out formal forms or documents, transactions, or in other leveraging purposes.

14 July 2021

Research in reference "Human Face as The Next Payment Instrument" at 2025

Smartphone owners are already used to stare at their screens to safely unlock their devices without having to dial in a secret code. Now, facial recognition will increasingly be deployed to verify the identity of a user making a payment with their handset, whether that's via an app or directly in-store, in wallet mode carried by from a new analysis from the British institution.