The normalisation of biometric authentication

The ‘problem with passwords’ is well documented and grows more acute as traditional network boundaries are blurred with the adoption of mobile devices. As a result, the imperative to counter user impersonation and prove authentication on endpoint devices has never been so critical. Traditionally, biometric solutions have not been widely adopted because of complexity, interoperability, credential storage, spoofing, false failures, flawed technology and perceived intrusiveness. Compounding this, high-profile biometric breaches such as the one that hit the OPM have naturally led the public to ask again “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?”, and no less because if their card is compromised, they can Read More