• What this means for future Biometric Data security ethical concerns is that there should be an extra layer of protection. If organizations implement the use of biometric data, there should be a Two-Factor Authentication. This will eliminate all ethical concerns for an individual’s data being leaked. • Two-Factor Authentication is two elements of identification such as: username/password, passcode, or PIN and then input a second security measure like biometric. This will prevent from spoofing; this will protect biometric data from being leaked of knowledge.
CONCLUSION • Biometric technology can provide numerous benefits • Potential applications are still being discovered • Biometric should require user consent • Biometric data sharing still needs additional governance • Biometric data security is of utmost importance
• The right to privacy is acknowledged as a fundamental human right in the United States (Moor, 1990). • Support of this right can be demonstrated by: • Moral Frameworks • Ethical Frameworks • Formal Regulation • Policy and Guidelines
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