Imagine a senior official at a multinational financial institution who has the ability to resolve any situation that compromises the company in just a matter of seconds.
However, like all human beings, he ends up losing time on the daily tasks that we all get caught up in at the most inopportune moments, such as remembering card passwords, access keys and banking account numbers, which are inevitably becoming longer.
Passwords keep getting longer and require more digits and special characters, making them difficult to recall when it is time to use them. Likewise, bank account numbers keep getting longer and this can be a real problem when one accidentally mistakes one digit for another.
All of these issues have led us to the following considerations: We are using our brain’s capacity to remember account numbers and passwords, we lose valuable time from our daily lives remembering numbers or looking for them wherever we have written them down, and we live in a world full of data that has to be protected so that no one hacks or steals it.
Biometric technology is like a breath of fresh air when it comes to data security and protection, giving way to a practical system of authentication that provides maximum security. This gives us a break from the bank cards and other commercial security measures that on the surface seem to work but are vulnerable to being lost or misplaced.
Biometric technology helps us and makes our lives easier in a way that is both comfortable and safe.