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Biometrics

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This presentation brings you what Biometrics is. You can visit http://www.rareinput.com/ for more

This presentation brings you what Biometrics is. You can visit http://www.rareinput.com/ for more

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  • 1. Biometrics
  • 2. Presentation Outlines • • • • • • • • Traditional methods of Security What biometrics is? Why biometrics? Biometrics recognition techniques. How it works? Advantages Applications Conclusion Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 3. Traditional Methods Of Security/Authentication • Security pins • Passwords • Token based identification methods Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 4. What biometrics is? Comprises of two words: bio and metrics Biometrics refers to the identification of a person based on his /her physiological or behavioral characteristics Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 5. Why Biometrics? Traditional methods of security can be lost, stolen or cracked using software's Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 6. Biometrics recognition techniques Physical biometrics Behavioral biometrics • • • • • • • Speaker/Voice recognition • Signature/Handwriting • Keystroke/Patterning Fingerprint scanning Thumb Scanning Retina/Iris scanning Facial recognition Hand Geometry DNA Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
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  • 8. How it works? Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 9. Advantages • • • • • Increased security Reduced fraud Reduces password administration cost Replaces hard to remember passwords which may be shared or observed Last but not the least, it makes possible to know WHO did WHAT, WHERE and WHEN Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 10. Applications • • • • • Prevent unauthorized access to ATM, smartcard, phones etc. Criminal Identification Security Valid authentication In automobile industry keys can be replaced for more security Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 11. Conclusion • Biometrics is an emerging area with many opportunities for growth • Possibly in near future, you will not have to remember the passwords and PIN’s • Keys in the bags or your pockets will not be a headache Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 12. References • International Biometric Group Website http://www.biometricgroup.com • Michael J Potel’s IEEE research paper on Exploring Visual Biometrics • Video lectures by MIT http://www.youtube.com/user/MIT Brought To You By www.rareinput.com
  • 13. Thank You Apoorv Dwivedi Founder & CEO www.rareinput.com

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