“Newer biometric authentication systems will replace passwords, quite possibly with a mix of ocular and filial credentials,” said Kurt Baumgartner, a senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab. “Whatever the credential replacement is, we will see cybercriminals respond with devices that parallel ATM skimmers of today. Iris skimmers and spyware that steals identification information provided by [a person’s] eyes will be implemented and distributed.”
For most people, it will feel like genetic miracles, machines and monsters appeared out of nowhere and the future hit them full in the face with absolutely no warning.
Is it any wonder then that our security measures will fall short?
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