...the biggest problem with biometric data is not the storage or authentication technology used, rather it is the static nature of biometric data itself. If a password is compromised, you can change it, putting a stop to password re-use attacks that rely on the compromised password. However, if biometric data is compromised, you cannot change it. Your eyes, face, or fingerprints are permanently linked to your identity (excluding bio-hacking which is a topic for another day). Any future hacks that solely rely on compromised biometric data can be an easy target for threat actors.
Biometrics alone should never be used to authenticate or authorize action or commit a transaction. Biometrics should be paired with a password or, better yet, a two-factor or multi-factor authentication solution for a higher degree of confidence.