Experts On Adoption Of Facial Recognition

From online education to voting to dating apps, online companies are starting to institute physical biometrics to identify individuals through facial recognition.

 

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Justin Fox
Justin Fox , Director of DevOps Engineering
InfoSec Expert
February 5, 2020 12:40 pm

Facial recognition is becoming a key technology across industry verticals, including education, voting, dating, and commerce. Instituting physical biometrics identifies individuals based on physical characteristics, which help to authenticate that you are who you say you are. Physical biometrics as an authentication factor is a great start, but, in security, a layered approach is required. A leading security approach should be like an onion. An onion has many layers, so when cybercriminals get around one security layer, there is another one lined up behind it ready to protect your accounts and your identity. This is why organizations need to implement multifactor authentication mechanisms, using physical biometrics (like facial recognition) with passive biometrics and behavioral analytics so that individuals are not only identified with their physical attributes but also with layered security controls. Using multiple technologies and security layers increases confidence in online services by preventing successful cyber-attacks while choosing the right technology can lead to lower friction and enhanced experience for customers.

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