Imagine this – you're traveling abroad and run out of cash. You find the nearest ATM, take a selfie and instantly gain access to your bank account. Sound like a scene from a movie? It's closer to reality than you may think.
Biometric technology is rapidly making life more convenient, but it's also opening us up to myriad risks. For instance, what do you do if your fingerprint is stolen?
In her third podcast, Kate Browne, Senior Vice President Claims, discusses this and other questions. Learn about the latest breakthroughs in biometric technology, what organisations can do to protect themselves from the related risks and how the legal system is starting to respond.
Kate Browne is an attorney who has spent her entire career in the insurance industry. She has written several papers on the legal implications of drones, autonomous vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT) and other emerging risks. She is a member of TIDA, the FDCC and the DRI and a graduate of St John's University School of Law.
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