Do biometrics represent the end of the humble password?


We’re living in a climate where the risks posed by cybercriminals are constantly looming – last year broke records for the number of data breaches resulting in exposed records and this year shows no signs of slowing down. With Kylie Cosmetics and Blackbaud both suffering data breaches in the past month alone, it’s clear that the risks posed by these groups of unscrupulous individuals are here to stay.

Add to this the current remote working situation and things get even more complex. With employees using home internet connections or their own devices for work purposes, the transition to widespread remote work has heightened the security risks which were already present in the office. The recent lockdown announcements mean many of us will continue working remotely for the foreseeable future, meaning the need for secure authentication has never been higher.

A need for new authentication




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