Indian Consumers Prefer Biometrics over PINs for Authenticating Payments

Indian consumers prefer biometrics to PINs or passwords to authenticate payments, a new report by Visa suggests. According to the report, 99% of those surveyed said they would like to use at least one biometric form of authentication (fingerprint, voice recognition, eye scan, etc.) to make payments. The reason for this overwhelming support in favor of biometrics is that 48% of respondents believe it to be more secure than a password or PIN, while 81% believe that biometrics is the quicker option. An additional 84% believe it is easier than using than passwords. Read the full analysis here. Indeed, this

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