It’s long-accepted wisdom that the American masses will resist biometric identification as an intrusion into their privacy. However, the uptake of AppleID and subsequent biometric technologies for unlocking mobile devices seems to have effectively won over those masses for the most part.

A new study, The Retail Banking Biometrics Confidence Report, by EyeVerify finds that consumers not only believe that biometric technologies are more secure authenticators than passwords, but also would like to have more biometrics options for mobile banking. Read more>