Ralf Gladis explains why biometrics are the step forward for data protection
It’s widely acknowledged that the global pandemic accelerated digitisation, and along with the drive towards contactless payments, consumers have also seen the benefits of adopting biometrics to speed up and ease their payments. But while devices are now being developed to enable fingerprint and face scans or voice recognition, these benefits must be balanced with security. Consumers will embrace new technology and convenient processes, but not if it puts their personal data at risk.Unlike a password or PIN, biometrics . . .