Saturday, December 3, 2016

Get biometrically close to your card

NFC World talks biometrics:

“While biometrics offer an increased amount of security and convenience, they need higher levels of protection,” says research author James Moar.
“Establishing best practices for storage and transmission of newer biometrics will be key to ensuring consumer control over the security of these most personal data.”
The boom in biometric authentication was highlighted last month by a Frost & Sullivan report which stated one in three new cars will feature some form of biometric feature by 2025.
Meanwhile, a Mastercard survey reported in September that customers would rather use biometrics than PIN codes to secure mobile payments, with fingerprint recognition technology proving the most popular method.
If you and the little fellow are that close then, go ahead, put him in autotrade. 

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