Biometrics are on the rise — and they’re coming to a store, street and office near you. The private sector is funneling billions of dollars into researching and developing facial recognition and analysis technologies that can provide new consumer insights to advertisers and businesses.
Imagine a whole new type of password based on face recognition - a password that dispenses with numbers, letters and symbols while keeping attackers out.
Whether you're reading this at your desk or on your phone lounging on the couch, odds are you're doing it wrong. The way many of us use our tech could, and increasingly has, lead to short- and long-term injury.
This year’s Heartbleed security scare highlighted the importance of creating strong, unique passwords across the Internet. But too many of us are guilty of using codes like “abc123” to secure private information.
Around 50% of European internet users are concerned about the dangers of cybercrime and online identity theft…