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With the increased threat of hackers and identity theft, mobile workers need security on their smartphones that can protect them from the risks of lost and stolen devices, as well as other security breaches. Traditional passwords and passcodes are simply not secure enough anymore, yet mobile workers are heavily reliant on them and often use the same passwords for multiple accounts and applications.
Biometric authentication offers a more secure approach. While there are several options for biometrics, iris scanning is among the most secure.
Iris scanning authentication, available on the Galaxy S8, allows users to unlock their device with a look. In conjunction with Samsung Pass, it can also be used to secure the enterprise-grade Knox Workspace data separation solution or replace passwords for key accounts when using the Samsung web browser. Almost impossible to replicate, your iris offers a powerful way to protect your mobile device that is both secure and convenient.
Learn from infographic above how set up the iris scanner on a Galaxy S8 device in a few concise steps.