Biometric Authentication Solutions

IDEX Biometrics design and commercialize fingerprint sensor solutions for payments cards, digital wallets and cyber authentication.

Our solutions are available to the global payments market through our certified solutions with Visa, Mastercard and China UnionPay.


  • During our blog series on the topic of financial inclusion, we have already explored how the challenge of the financial inclusion gap can be overcome through a number of new solutions, improving financial inclusivity for all. Biometric Authentication for Inclusivity By integrating a fingerprint sensor into a contactless payment card, biometrics provides an effective means

  • The financial inclusion gap has been a topic of concern for governments around the globe, with rising numbers of unbanked women, migrants, refugees, and those living with cognitive and visual impairments that impact how they navigate making conventional card transactions [1]. There is already an effective solution available that combines ease of use with highly

  • Reference is made to the notice on 21 November 2023 regarding employees having exercised 389,608 incentive subscription rights at NOK 0.15 per share. The capital increase has been registered and the shares will be delivered soonest. Following the issue, the company’s share capital is NOK 209,551,597.20 divided into 1,397,010,648 shares, each with a nominal value

  • IDEX Biometrics ASA will hold an extraordinary general meeting on Thursday 21 December 2023 at 12.00 hours CET as an online meeting. There is no physical attendance option. Shareholders may attend online. by PC, smartphone or tablet. The notice with attendance form will be sent to the shareholders today and is also enclosed in pdf

  • By Anthony Eaton, CTO, IDEX Biometrics ‘Zero-trust’. ‘Never trust’. ‘Always verify’. These phrases are becoming etched into security discourse in a climate where the cost of cybercrime is predicted to hit $8 trillion in 2023, before growing to $10.5 trillion by 2025. A Deloitte Center for Controllership Poll compounded these figures by affirming that, in

  • Women are critical to the world economy yet remain largely underrepresented, and underbanked, consumers. They control around $20 trillion in annual consumer spending, which is expected to rise to as much as $28 trillion within the next five years. Download our latest ebook to learn more on this untapped market for potential consumer spending and