SCAM NEWS: BioCatch Predicts 10 Cybercrime Trends For 2020

SCAM NEWS: BioCatch Predicts 10 Cybercrime Trends For 2020

Deep fake technology will be used for identity theft: Deep fake technology that spoofs the human voice is already being used to attack call centers, or in business email compromise scams. In 2020, we should see the early signs of deep fake being used to defeat face recognition controls, including those using state of the art liveliness tests. The industry will have to come up with silent, behind-the-scenes controls that can offset the vulnerabilities of overt biometric authentication.

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