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Which Biometric Authentication Method Is Most Secure?


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Iris scanning, facial recognition, fingerprint sensing, Ultrasonic Fingerprint — which biometric keeps your data most protected? Learn what it takes to keep your business data safe, with this guide by Samsung.

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Which Biometric Authentication Method Is Most Secure?

  1. 1. Which Biometric Authentication Method Is Most Secure?
  2. 2. Biometric authentication enables you to secure your phone with unique personal characteristics, reducing reliance on traditional passwords and PINs. Biometric Authentication
  3. 3. So, which biometric authentication method is the best for you?
  4. 4. Pros: Unlocks instantly; convenient, even when your hands are full. Cons: Less secure than other methods; might not recognize you if your appearance changes, or in the dark. Facial Recognition
  5. 5. Pros: Highly secure since the iris is virtually impossible to replicate; convenient when wearing gloves. Cons: Less convenient when wearing glasses; doesn't perform as well in direct sunlight. Iris Scanning
  6. 6. Capacitive Fingerprint Reader Pros: Fast and easy to use; more secure than facial recognition. Cons: Won't work with gloves; while extremely rare, has been spoofed by professional 3D replicas.
  7. 7. The latest in biometric security, ultrasonic fingerprint ID transmits waves directly through the display and creates a 3D rendering of your fingerprint. Fast, convenient and nearly impossible to fool. Ultrasonic Fingerprint ID
  8. 8. Be sure to activate Samsung Pass, a solution that allows you to use your biometrics to not only unlock your device, but also replace passwords for key apps and services. Samsung Pass Use your fingerprints to verify your identity. Password-free sign-in
  9. 9. When protecting data is mission-critical, leverage biometrics as part of a multifactor authentication protocol. Multifactor Authentication Something you are Something you have Something you know
  10. 10. ©2019 Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung is a registered mark of Samsung Electronics Corp., Ltd. All brand, product, service names and logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers and companies. Learn More About the Galaxy S10 With Ultrasonic Fingerprint ID Learn more: