Microsoft rolls out iris scanners, but multimodal technologies will be the winner in biometric security

Biometrics are replacing knowledge based authentication measures (such as passwords and secret questions) in mobile devices, with Apple leading the way introducing fingerprint sensors in their iPhone 5S model in 2013. Eye-based biometricsĀ are beginning to emerge on the smartphone scene. Microsoft an...

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