Biometrics refers to the use of biological and behavioral characteristics of an individual to establish their identity. These characteristics may include fingerprints, iris or retina patterns, facial features, voice patterns, hand geometry, and even DNA.
The concept of biometrics has been around for centuries, but recent advancements in technology have allowed for the development of more sophisticated and accurate systems.
Biometric technology is now widely used in various industries, including law enforcement, healthcare, finance, and government.
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The History of Biometric Authentication
In recent years biometric authentication has entered the mainstream.
What are behavioral biometrics?
Behavioral biometrics relate to your personal habits and unique movements.
What are physiological biometrics?
Biometrics is the science of analyzing physical or behavioral characteristics specific to each individual.
How are biometrics linked to my identity?
Biometrics are one of the most common forms of identity verification worldwide.
Where might I encounter ‘biometrics’?
What is biometric technology and where might you encounter it in your daily life?
Biometric technology in airports
The technology involved with air travel has evolved significantly.