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Articles By Asem Othman

Dr. Asem Othman has more than seven years as a researcher and developer in the biometrics space. During his doctorate research at West Virginia University, he developed a system of protecting and storing biometric templates using visual cryptography, which Veridium uses today in it's VeridiumID solution. Dr. Othman performed his postdoctoral research at Michigan State University before joining the Computer Vision team at Veridium and leading development on their 4 Fingers TouchlessID technology. Dr. Othman holds 3 patents/patents pending, and has published a variety of journal articles, conference papers, and key research entries.

This is a guest post by Dr. Asem Othman, Veridium Team Lead, Biometric Science. Biometric authentication has been billed as…

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Privacy in a biometric world

More people are using their biometrics every day to unlock their phones, access bank accounts, and secure data. The problem…


Top biometric identifiers: Risks & rewards

This is a guest post by Dr. Asem Othman, a biometric scientist at Veridium. While biometric identifiers offer the promise…

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