Biometrics: Harmony Between Security and Privacy?

By Colleen Dunlap

Colleen Dunlap is the CEO and Co-Founder of Stone Lock Global, a global developer and supplier of advanced biometric access control products for securing facilities and applications without the retention of Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Dunlap has over 20 years of business, manufacturing and technology experience.

The use of biometrics to authenticate identity has been the subject of great debate for years, with opposing sides arguing its value for security, privacy, and convenience.

On one side, there is an absolute: the demand for infallible security beyond notoriously weak passwords or basic access cards to protect priceless intellectual property and safeguard people and assets.

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