A Conversation about Zero Trust and Biometrics

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“You’re Using Biometrics to Really Identify Who You Are”

Silo Busting 18: Bobby Varma and Boris Khazin on Zero Trust and Biometrics

April 15, 2021
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Layering biometrics on top of zero trust, says Bobby Varma, CEO and Co-Founder of Princeton Identity, is the way of the future. In the latest #CyberSecurityByDesign conversation, Varma and Boris Khazin, our Global Head of DRM Services, zoom in on this intriguing topic, one that’s extremely relevant in our current work-from-home world. Our Silo Busting conversationalists talk about how biometrics can create confidence for firms that the correct person—and only the correct person—is accessing sensitive data. But Varma also notes that biometrics is good for the user: “Authentication steps should not be cumbersome and should not impact user experience or diminish [user] productivity.” If you want to hear some informed thoughts on security in our increasingly hybrid work environments, all you have to do is hit the “play” button.

Host: Alison Kotin
Engineer: Kyp Pilalas
Producer: Ken Gordon

Silo Busting 18: Bobby Varma and Boris Khazin on Zero Trust and Biometrics
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