A new design using only video imaging device eliminates the need for various stationary hardware and proxy devices, typical with other security systems, to enroll and authenticate users thus make it a financially viable and sustainable security solution.
In today’s iris image capture technology, the limitation of Depth-of-Field is the main problem for traditional iris recognition systems. Reducing the aperture can increase the DOF, but the light gathering capability and resolution will decrease. Due to eye safety, increasing the light or illumination source is not encouraged as the source may damage the human eye.
This guide is intended to help you clearly define your assumptions and requirements in order to create an RFP (Request for Proposal) for one or more LiveScan fingerprint identification devices. This in turn will ensure that your expectations will be fulfilled and your implementation timeframes met.
In an effort to answer the increasing number of questions being put forward, this document presents face recognition in general, its performance, its potential in operations and provides some clues about implementation guidelines.
Learn how voice biometrics provides more secure and convenient authentication than passwords, PINs, and security questions. Over $50 billion is lost each year because of identity theft, with banks, insurance companies, and healthcare providers being the most heavily affected industries. This whitepaper takes a closer look at voice biometrics, how it is being used across various industries, and why it offers more secure identity verification than knowledge-based authentication approaches. Download the free whitepaper to learn: – What is voice biometrics
Enhanced Mobile Security using Multi-Factor Biometric Authentication Contents: 1. The Rise of Mobile Computing 2. Multi-Factor Biometric Authentication 3. The Platform 4. Comprehensive Security 5. Password Management and Role-Based Access Control 6. On-Device Biometrics 7. Conclusion