Cybercriminals, fraudsters, and hackers wait for the moment when personal banking information or a company’s client details are unguarded and ready to be accessed for nefarious purposes.
And speaking of biometric identification, another great way to prevent unauthorized data access is through the use of user-specific, physical attributes that are very difficult to overcome for a hacker or cybercriminal. Whether this is a fingerprint or facial ID, using your unique features is a great way to control who has access to data.
First developed in 2009 by
a cybersecurity analyst and strategist
First developed in 2009 by John Kindervag, a cybersecurity analyst and strategist ahead of his time, this model for data protection eschews the idea of placing trust implicitly in the safety of the network and relying instead on proactive and impactful security solutions.