Brits trust banks more than government on biometrics

Brits trust banks more than government on biometrics

Of around 2000 people quizzed by the payments giant, 60% say that they would put their faith in banks to look after fingerprints and iris scans, compared to just 33% who trust the government.

When asked who they would trust to offer biometrics authentication as a service to confirm identity, 85% select banks Рup from 65% in 2014. Payments networks are the next most trusted, by 81% of respondents, ahead of global online brands on 70%, and smartphone companies on 64%.Read more