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Is Biometric Security Actually Making Your Smartphone More Secure?

This would be a research- and evidence-based piece that (1) explains what biometric authentication is and how it works on mobile devices, and (2) provides relevant evidence/sources to show that biometric authentication on mobile devices is more about convenience than security. The final objective of this piece would be to explain to readers how best to secure their mobile devices using the biometric, alphanumeric, and software-based security methods that are currently available. The tentative format would be the following: Introduction: Explains why discussions of mobile security is important in a world that increasingly revolves around data access and mobile devices. H2: What is biometric security? - Explains biometric authentication, comparing it to other forms of security available on smartphones (e.g. passwords, pin codes, patterns). - Mentions how biometric authentication on smartphones differs from other applications for biometric authentication; in particular, mobile biometrics is about convenience more than security. H2: What's the safest way to secure a mobile device? - Explain that, since biometric authentication is actually less secure than using certain password best practices, biometric isn't the best choice if your priority is security. - Offers tips for maximizing your security with each of the authentication methods available on smartphones. H2: Conclusion (will have a different title) - Basically summarizes the information presented. - Could offer some mention of potential mobile authentication methods that we might see in the future. - Mention the importance of securing mobile devices.

Dane O

Stephens City, Virginia, United States

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Does biometric security make your smartphone less secure?

The common assumption is that biometric security -- fingerprint readers, iris scanners, etc. -- on smartphones is more secure than using a password; however, evidence suggests biometric authentication might actually be less secure on mobile devices.

Dane O

Stephens City, Virginia, United States

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Standard Blog Post $107.50

A Robot is Your Co-Worker: 5 Ways Robots are Entering the Workplace

This article explores how robots are integrating more into the workplace. Examples include VR/AR, robots and AI algorithms that take over repetitive tasks and compliment work, AI in the medical field, biometric authentication, and RFID microchips.

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