Identity theft “still possible” with biometrics

Identity theft “still possible” with biometrics
George Tillman, journalist at Computerworld, notes that biometrics are not infallible because they still rely on a string of unique biological identifiers, converted to ones and zeros, to be sent to an authenticator. This means that databases are still vulnerable to manipulation, but the outcome is worse, as human characteristics cannot be replaced, unlike a password or pin.