With numerous ways to be hacked, from devices to cars to home appliances to wearables, the cyber risks are out there. And now, we have yet another avenue to put ourselves in cyber harm’s way: the biochip. To take advantage of this latest technology, a Wisconsin-based company is implanting microchips in its employees.
Once chipped, workers will be able to make purchases in company stores and at RFID terminals, plus gain access to office copy machines, computers, and phones. They’ll also be able to share business cards and store medical/health information.