What is the ICO's Guidance on Biometric Technology in the Workplace?

Tue 7th May 2024

Many banks and financial institutions are harnessing the use of biometric systems to have a positive impact on their customers, but what is the ICO’s guidance on biometric tech in the workplace?

Chris Cook explains the ICO’s clampdown on businesses using this type of technology in an article published by Finextra.

You can read the full article here.

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