Biometric Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) - Pros And Cons
Security Boulevard, March 10th, 2020
March 22, 2020,
Volume 264, Issue 3

When searching for the most secure method of two-factor authentication (2FA) -- also known as multi-factor authentication (MFA) -- biometrics are often the first to come to mind

Megan Anderson writes in Security Boulevard, "The data is extremely difficult to replicate, and because it's a relatively new technology, methods of bypassing it are still in their infancy. This has led some to wonder whether it's the next generation of identity security. We seek to explore that idea in our list of biometric

Biometric 2FA Overview

Biometric 2FA, or biometric authentication, is a method of verifying a user's identity using a piece of 'who they are' such as their fingerprint, facial features, hand shape, iris structure, voice, or typing behavior (such as how strongly a user depresses keys on their keyboard)..."

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