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iometric-based authentication set to become more prevalent in the UK PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 07 July 2017
New research has revealed the rise of the use of biometric technology to fight cybercrime. According to the survey, conducted by Callcredit Information Group, 53% of organisations expect to significantly increase their investment in biometric technologies.

Commenting on this, Ryan Wilk, vice president at award-winning passive biometrics and behavioural analytics company, NuData Security said “Biometrics adds another layer that improves security and customer trust, and should be part of a multi-layered approach that includes behavioural analytics and passive biometrics. Passive Biometrics analyses user behaviours passively, reducing customer friction and adding a deep level of trust that it is the correct human authenticating into a secured environment. While voice, fingerprint, or iris scans can be valuable in identifying the user's physical biometrics, having a full multi-layered solution to identify the user in both a passive and active state creates a nearly un-spoofable way to authenticate a valued customer.”

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