Biometrics Experts and New Study Highlight How Behavioral Biometrics Supports Strict Regulation and Offers Better Data Privacy Protections

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New report from Biometrics expert, Goode Intelligence draws insights from BehavioSec and law firm Osborne Clarke to analyze how behavioral biometrics technology can be successfully implemented in compliance with GDPR, CCPA, and similar regulations

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
BehavioSec, the industry pioneer and technology leader for behavioral biometrics and continuous authentication, today announced new findings that organizations and consumers can feel more comfortable with wider use of behavioral biometrics to safeguard their online digital experiences and identities.

Following a year of digital transformation on a societal level, the demand for better online user experience and a stronger level of digital identity protection has become essential. With a year when the world has seen a combination of personal data theft with new rulings and proposed legislation, like the EU Schrems II in July 2020 and the US National Biometrics Information Privacy Act in August [US Senators Merkley, D-OR and Sanders, I-VT], the need for expert guidance has never been higher. BehavioSec shares this research and a company milestone to highlight how behavioral biometrics can be adopted transparently with clear benefits, and in compliant fashion with comprehensive data protection laws. These include measures like the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European Commission’s PSD2/SCA and its Open Banking mandate, the US California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and similar, anticipated requirements of regulations proposed in other regions.

To validate the safe use of behavioral biometrics at a time when headlines are full of allegations about technologies like facial recognition and “deep fake” simulations being abused, BehavioSec sponsored the report, “2021 Global Data Privacy Regulation of Physical & Behavioral Biometrics” by respected industry research firm Goode Intelligence. In the report, Chief Analyst Alan Goode dives into the relevance of current and proposed global privacy and data protection legislation on the successful and…

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