PINs, passwords and fingerprints aren’t as safe as you think


New research reveals that retailers could lose nearly $71 billion in the next five years on transactions, such as online or mobile, where the card is not present. PINs, passwords and even fingerprints are no longer a sufficient means of securing private information or authenticating users. More layers of information are required while maintaining an easy user interface. Behavioral biometric authentication is one of the most advanced technologies available to do just that.

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