Smart devices, mobile phones and tablets are becoming the control hub for the myriad of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) – as are bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in many organizations today. But this is creating unique and heightened security risks for IT professionals, such as higher exposure to data breaches, malware and compliance violations. BYOD is no longer an industry trend; it’s a fact of life for enterprise-wide operations and the IT organizations that must support them.
A database has been breached and biometric data is "in the wild". Conceivably, this stolen data could be used by the perpetrators to hijack a user’s identity and gain fraudulent access to restricted areas, bank accounts, healthcare records — wherever biometric authentication is securing valuable assets.
What can be done to render biometric data useless to any would-be impostor?
The white paper "Protecting Against Criminal Use of Stolen Biometric Data" discusses numerous tactics and best practices that should be considered in order to protect individuals and organizations from the fraudulent use of true identities.
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