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Biometrics technology

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Mohamed Farrag Soliman Alokaily

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Biometrics technology

  1. 1. Mohamed F. Soliman
  2. 2. Who am I !!
  3. 3. Outline  Lesson Objectives.  Most common levels of authentication.  What is Biometric?  Types of Biometric technologies & its application.  What is next?
  4. 4. Lesson Objectives  After completing this lesson you will be able to:  have an knowledge overview about Biometric Technologies.  identify usage and main features of different types of Biometric Technologies.
  5. 5. Most common levels of authentication • something you know, like a password, PIN, or code. • something you have, like a swipe card, smart card, token, or key. • something you are, which is biometrics.
  6. 6. What is Biometric? Definition: Biometrics are person's identification based on his/her physiological or behavioral characteristics.
  7. 7. Types of Biometrics? - Based on Physiological characters - Face recognition, - Fingerprint - Hand Geomatry - Iris - Veins
  8. 8. Types of Biometrics? - Based on Behavioral characters - Voice recognition - Signature recognition - Keystroke dynamics recognition
  9. 9. Its applications? - Where do you think this technology can be used? - Banking (electronic funds transfer, ATM security, Internet commerce, credit card transactions) - Physical access control (airport) - Information system security (access to databases via login) - Customs and immigration (identification based on hand geometry) - PC access control - Building access control - …….
  10. 10. Summary Veins
  11. 11. Next lesson… - Theoretically , it is a fantastic technology. - What about issues: - Design - Privacy - Matching - Accuracy - … - This will be our next lesson. - For more information www.biometric.org

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