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Webinar – One selfie to rule them all: Could distributed biometrics revolutionize the way we authenticate?

Webinar – One selfie to rule them all: Could distributed biometrics revolutionize the way we authenticate?
 

Webinar – One selfie to rule them all: Could distributed biometrics revolutionize the way we authenticate?
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March 30, 2023 at 10am EDT

Traditional biometric authentication methods, which include both local and server-side biometrics, have limitations that need to be addressed. Local biometrics have usability issues which can make account recovery difficult, and server-side biometrics require centralized databases which make them vulnerable to data breaches and privacy violations.

Biometric Update’s Managing Editor Chris Burt joins Paolo Gasti, Associate Professor of Computer Science at the New York Institute of Technology and Gal Steinberg, VP of Products at Keyless, to discuss how a privacy-enhancing form of biometrics is being used to provide the benefits of both local and server-side biometrics whilst overcoming their fundamental limitations.

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