As all types of online fraud continue proliferating at a rapid rate worldwide, the consensus is that our cybersecurity and digital identity future is one built on zero trust and passwordless authentication. Security tools increasingly employ users’ individual biometric data to prove that each person and their device are legitimate. You may already use your fingerprint or face recognition to unlock your mobile phone or laptop or to access an app, or you may use your voice to activate a smart device.
There has long been talk of securing login information, usernames, and passwords. But now that your biometric data is being used more and more often to secure access to your various online accounts, how is that information being secured? Is your biometric data safe? Are there ways for you to improve the security of your biometric data?