Recent Examples of biometric from the Web
Customs and Border Protection has been testing a number of biometric programs, teaming up with several airlines in Atlanta, Boston, New York and Washington.
But administration officials say that information is not checked against DHS biometric data nor shared with ICE for potential enforcement purposes.
The 845 also includes a new secure processing unit (SPU) that can handle encryption, payments, and biometric authentication in an isolated subsystem away from all your potentially nasty application code.
Praeli says she's sent in her application and gone to an appointment where officials recorded her biometric data.
In response to this phenomenon, the state of Illinois passed a law that requires companies to obtain permission from consumers before collecting biometric data, including facial scans.
Both systems store biometric data locally on the device rather than on a centralized server that could be targeted by hackers.
Despite the judges’ decisions, some legal scholars disagree with the idea that the government should be able to use a search warrant to force people to unlock phones secured with biometric authentication, which relies on physical characteristics.
Researchers at the State University of New York-Binghamton have developed a way to use patients’ heartbeat patterns to protect their electronic medical records, opening the door to a new method of biometric authentication.
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First Known Use of biometric
medical Definition of biometric
- the biometric analysis of infant mortality
- biometric identification
- Retina scanners are not the only example of biometric technology, which uses machines to identify people by their physical characteristics …
- —Discover, February 1990
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