Home Expert David Boron Does Biometric Scanning Really Keep Your Personal Information Safe?

Does Biometric Scanning Really Keep Your Personal Information Safe?

Today you'll learn why more businesses and governments are using the technology and whether Q's fake contact lenses, recorded voice and silicone hand could really get James Bond into the lab (and let him save the world) on this episode of George Orwell 2084.

It requires more than just a key or a password — you need to use a physical attribute to now get inside some airports, hospitals, hotels, grocery stores today. Even Disney theme parks increasingly use biometrics — technology that identifies you based on your physical or behavioral traits — “for added security” or so they say.

But it is really safe? Should we avoid using it if at all possible? Today you’ll learn why more businesses and governments are using the technology and whether Q’s fake contact lenses, recorded voice and silicone hand could really get James Bond into the lab (and let him save the world) on this episode of George Orwell 2084.

Jeremy Duffy AKA The Geek Professor, A Computer Geek with over 20 years of experience including 10 years with the Department of Defense protecting government and military computing from nation-state adversaries. An Experienced Teacher and Trainer with a talent for explaining complicated concepts in simple ways to people of all ages and technical skill levels. Jeremy has provided training and briefings to the FBI, the DHS, the State Department, and military bases from Alaska to Florida.

For Further Insight:
Jeremy’s Website, www.thegeekprofessor.com

David Boron is the CEO and Founder of PrivacyAbroad, GmbH located in Zug, Switzerland. He founded PrivacyAbroad in 2013 as an answer to the digital threats every home, business and enterprise faces today. He is passionate to make consumers aware of these digital threats and how to protect themselves, their families and businesses so they can focus on the things that matter most. Commercial entities are capturing our personal data for advertising, Governments are spying on their law-abiding citizens and cyber criminals are having a field day, everyday! If we don’t start taking a stand for our rights and protecting ourselves… what will our utopia look like in 2084?