The Internet, our identities, and the ways by which we need to protect ourselves online have evolved considerably in the past decade. Almost everyone has a digital identity nowadays – nearly 60% of residents across ASEAN were Internet users in 2016, setting a vast playing field for cyber attackers.
Some providers use voice signatures, others use facial recognition – the race to replace the password is in effect, and adopting these new methods can help test them and enhance them over time to make you digital identity more secure.
Find out how taking small measures to outsmart the bad guys can go a long way in helping to secure your digital identity in this week’s article titled “Safeguard Your Identity in the Data Breach Era” by Nicky Choo, head, channels/alliances for at IBM Security APAC.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Safeguard Your Identity in the Data Breach Era” published in The Business Times on 15 November, 2017.