Re: “Unlike passwords, physical biometrics can’t be changed"
It's another one of those "using biometrics as authentication instead of identification" situations.
And they keep doing it. Why do they think using something that a 3rd party can trivially observe/see/copy as a proxy for a password is ever a good idea?
> according to a new survey from Visa
Clearly it will have been impartial and not a single leading question in sight.
> Nearly two-thirds of consumers (64 per cent) want to use biometrics as a method of payment authentication.
Then nearly two-thirds of consumers are ignorant and/or stupid, or the wrong question was asked, or the wrong answer assumed.
> Consumers favour fingerprint authentication (88 per cent) as the most secure form of payment
Sorry, make that nearly 9 in 10 consumers (that were questioned.)