Left field question


I am presenting information about a speaker verification system that has an equal error rate of 0.38%. This means that it will reject the correct user at this rate over the total number of attempts made to the system and a false accept rate that is 0.38% - imposters accepted out of attempts by imposters to access the system.

I would like to anchor this number is some interesting or funny stat for 0.38% that will enable to listener to undersand the difficulty of having an imposter get through.

Anyone have some stat that would fit this illustration?

I told you it was out of left field.
If I have this verification system for my internat bank account, about 4 out of 1000 imposters will be able to empty my account. If they're not great voice impersonators that is....