11 Myths About Fingerprint Sensors and Multifactor Authentication (.PDF Download)

It seems a day can’t go by without a story in the news about hacking. As more and more of our personal and business lives are transacted online, the internet has become the attack vector of choice for many criminals and other bad actors attempting to steal valuable personal information or company IP. This increase in hacking makes smartphones and PCs highly attractive targets for cybercrime. This, in turn, has led to the use of fingerprint sensors as a means to properly identify a

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