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Assignment5 pp

  1. 1. Introduction • Identifying individuals • Using unique physical attributes • Keeping valuables secure
  2. 2. Introduction • The benefits in businesses • Other methods aren’t as reliable • Biometrics is the highest level of security
  3. 3. History of Biometrics • Origins back to 200 BC • Alphonse Bertillon, “Bertillonage” • The introduction of fingerprints
  4. 4. History of Biometrics • Sir Francis Galtons classification system • The advancement of biometrics • Biometric databases are international
  5. 5. Types of Biometrics • Records basic information about user • Sensor captures unique traits about ID • Computer stores data for later use
  6. 6. Types of Biometrics Physiological: • Face • Fingerprint • Hand • Iris • DNA Behavioral: • Keystroke • Signature • Voice
  7. 7. Biometrics and Practical Application • NEXUS  Program for pre-approved travelers  Iris recognition kiosks
  8. 8. Biometrics and Practical Application • Faster movement through border security • Cost reduction for Canada Border Services • Instructions provided to avoid error
  9. 9. Privacy Concerns • Biometric information not stored on systems • Converted into code for later use
  10. 10. Disadvantages • Software and hardware failures • User difficulties • High start-up cost
  11. 11. Limitations • Physical anomalies cause temporary difficulties • Research will provide adaptive solutions
  12. 12. Conclusion • Advantages outweigh disadvantages • Significant return on investment • Continued research required

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