Research called the Unisys Security Index performed by technology developer Unisys has yielded results claiming Australia’s citizens are in overwhelming support of adopting biometrics to better secure their personal or sensitive data, according to an IT Wire article.
Officials from Unisys are reporting that the results seem to mostly be due to rising concerns over electronic fraud and identity theft as well as other personal security issues.
Further results included 33% of Australians being concerned over the government and financial industries abilities to safeguard personal information and fears over misuse of their personal financial information topping the list of fears.
A Unisys VP has come out to address the results as a positive thing for the biometric market including that the seven out of ten that do trust their financial organizations security while also being willing to utilize biometrics to better secure their data could lead to smoother adoption of the technology.
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