Dating app Manhunt hacked with thousands of accounts leaked

Gay dating site Manhunt revealed a major data breach where a hacker gained access to the account information of the website’s nearly six million users in February 2021, according to a notice filed with the Washington attorney general’s office.

Facial recognition for securing payments to exceed 1.4bn users by 2025, study finds

A study from Juniper Research has discovered the number of users of software-based facial recognition to secure payments will exceed 1.4bn people globally by 2025.

Research finds FinTech apps outperformed banks during pandemic

Research by mobile analytics platform App Annie has discovered mobile FinTech apps outperformed banks by a factor of up to 10.8x during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indian FinTech Zeta might join growing list of unicorns with funding by SoftBank Vision...

Neobanking startup Zeta is said to be close to joining the burgeoning unicorn club in India with Softbank-led funding round, which is currently being finalised with the Japanese investor.

How Ideagen’s three pillars have helped it become a major force in compliance

People, product and customers are Ideagen’s three pillars that have helped it become a tour de force in the compliance space, with it spanning 18 countries and 6,000 clients.

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N26 enters the insurance space with launch of new product

German challenger bank N26 has entered the insurance space, with customers now able to buy cover, manage plans and initiate claims.

Lloyd’s Lab names the 11 InsurTechs in its latest accelerator cohort

Lloyd’s Lab has announced the 11 companies it has selected for its sixth accelerator programme.

Danish FinTech Cardlay lands €8m from former Mastercard president

Copenhagen-based FinTech Cardlay has secured €8m in capital from Global PayTech Ventures, venture fund managed by former Mastercard executive Javier Perez.

Dating app Manhunt hacked with thousands of accounts leaked

Gay dating site Manhunt revealed a major data breach where a hacker gained access to the account information of the website’s nearly six million users in February 2021, according to a notice filed with the Washington attorney general’s office.

Facial recognition for securing payments to exceed 1.4bn users by 2025, study finds

A study from Juniper Research has discovered the number of users of software-based facial recognition to secure payments will exceed 1.4bn people globally by 2025.
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