Explaining Biometrics

Read comprehensive descriptions and explanations of the latest biometric technology solutions including a glossary of biometric terms and definitions.

 

Explainer: Keystroke recognition

Keystroke recognition has been defined by both industry and academics as the process of measuring and assessing a typing rhythm…

 

A primer on voice biometrics

This is a guest post by Steve Hoffman, CEO of SayPay Technologies, Inc. Overview Speech recognition services like Apple’s Siri…

 

Explainer: Multi-factor authentication

Multi-factor authentication is a method of multi-faceted access control which a user can pass by successfully presenting authentication factors from…

 

What are biometrics?

Biometrics Research Group, Inc. defines biometrics as measurable physical and behavioral characteristics that enable the establishment and verification of an…

 

Explainer: Facial Recognition

Biometrics Research Group, Inc. defines facial recognition as technology that measures distances between specific parts of a person’s face as…

 

Explainer: Signature Recognition

Biometrics Research Group, Inc. defines signature recognition as a behavioural biometric that identifies an individual on the basis of their…

 

Explainer: Fingerprint Matching

Biometrics Research Group, Inc. defines fingerprint identification as an automated method of verifying a match between two human fingerprints. Over…

 

Explainer: Big Data

Big Data is a term used to describe large and complex data sets that can provide insightful conclusions when analyzed…

 

Explainer: Mobile ID

Mobile identity, otherwise referred to as Mobile ID solutions, deliver authentication and authorization for mobile applications and services. Mobile ID…

 

Explainer: Electronic ID (eID)

An eID card is typically a government-issued document for online and offline identification. The typical electronic identity card has the…

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