For the past 10 years, we have been confident that biometric security is the potential, and that soon we’ll be equipped to do away with classic types of identification and authentication in favour of working with our faces, fingerprints and even voices.
Nonetheless, though biometric technology is definitely more frequent than it was in 2010, the promised revolution hasn’t really materialised. We even now have to depend on PINs and passwords for several of our transactions (equally economical and or else) and biometric authentication is nevertheless mainly confined to mobile products. So what’s next for the technology? In this episode, we discuss to Steven Furnell, senior IEEE member and professor of cyber security at the College of Nottingham, about wherever biometric security is likely.
- What are biometrics?
- Only pores and skin deep: The point out of biometric security
- Petition urges EU regulators to ban biometric mass surveillance
- Hacked for life: Why you must be terrified by biometric technology
- TikTok settles for $92m soon after currently being accused of harvesting biometric information
- Dreaming of a globe without having passwords
- GitHub now supports security keys in a go away from passwords
- Google’s about to push everyone into two-factor authentication
- The IT Pro Podcast: How hackers steal your password
- If not passwords then what?
- The pros and negatives of facial recognition technology
- How can facial recognition be produced safer?
- Facial recognition tech used by UK law enforcement “breaches privacy”
- The IT Pro Podcast: The psychology of security
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