June 1, 2018 — These varied biometric authentication systems will increasingly eat away at the market share of fingerprint technologies, according to a new report
Ryan Wilk, VP at NuData, comments on an article issued yesterday by Infosecurity Magazine disclosing that ABI Research claimed in its Biometric Technologies and Applications report that the falling cost of iris recognition will spur uptake, while facial recognition continues to improve in accuracy thanks to advanced machine learning algorithms.
One thing that does not change is human behavior; an identifier that cyber-criminals cannot mimic. By better understanding and contextualizing human behavior — not just their physical characteristics — companies can have a better understanding of who the human behind the device really is.
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