Global Security Magazine: Don’t stop me now: the curse of ageing fingerprint biometrics
Today, we store more of our personal information online and on digital devices than ever. To keep those digital identities secure, general cybersecurity advice recommends we update our passwords every 90 days, at least. However, that can lead to hastily-typed passwords we soon forget or leave scribbled on notes around the office. One of the benefits of using biometric data as a physical key for devices and personal information is that it stays timeless, avoiding these frustrating updates or forgettable passwords. But what happens as we get older and our physical biometrics change?