If you want to keep your data secure, you’ll need more than just a password to log in. Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is an authentication system that validates a user’s identity using two or more distinct procedures rather than just a username and password combination.
Many personal and commercial security solutions are incorporating biometrics as an advanced layer for MFA. To put it simply, biometrics are biological measurements — or physical features — that can be used to identify individuals. Fingerprint mapping, facial recognition, and retina scanning, for example, are all examples of biometric technology, although these are only the most well-known.
Read below to learn more about how biometric security can help enterprises defend against identity theft, cyberattacks, and data breaches by preventing unauthorized access to apps and sensitive data.
Feel free to contact us if you need more information about how to use MFA and Biometric Security to safeguard your business.