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Driving the Connected Car: Biometrics for Personalisation and Security

Connected cars

As connectivity improves, analysts forecast that the number of connected cars will jump by 45% from 2014 to 2020
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We’re living in a time of unprecedented connectivity.

The advent of mobile and digital technologies has changed how we work, pay bills, access services, consume media and even build relationships. We can do our banking on the move, watch movies and television on demand and even control our home appliances remotely.

But as quickly as connected technologies emerge, so too do the risks and opportunities associated with them. Biometric means of authentication are playing an important role in securing, and even bettering, our connected world.

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Can We Go Beyond Authentication with Biometrics?

Wearable wrist device

TouchID, FaceID and the rise of voice recognition have all helped to bring biometric authentication methods to the fore.

As we become more and more accustomed to connected devices, services and even places, the public appetite for more sophisticated security methods grows.

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The Cybersecurity Lesson in the Equifax Data Breach

Data on a screen

One of the largest data breaches ever recorded was revealed this week, as credit company Equifax announced it had fallen victim to a cyber attack that may have compromised the personal data of a staggering 143 million US customers.

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