How lockdown is reviving Britain’s biometrics industry - Aaron Moss quoted in The Telegraph
Moving from the office to the home has led to a surge in authentication services that rely on fingerprints and irises.
Organisations are adjusting to a new working environment. Even when lockdown ends, it is likely that more people will continue to work remotely than ever before. Aaron Moss comments on what these changes mean to the biometric industry in today’s Telegraph. Click here to read the full article.
Issues of information law and data protection arise throughout Aaron's practice. Examples of Aaron’s recent work include representing a police force in a civil claim for failure to comply with a Subject Access Request, defending a claim concerning the value to be attributed to data which was lost when a computer was unlawfully destroyed, and drafting a data sharing MOU between public sector organisations.