IEEE Certified Biometrics Professional (CBP) program

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Increase your knowledge and establish credibility in the field of biometrics with the IEEE Certified Biometrics Professional (CBP) program. Together, IEEE and some of the world’s leading biometrics experts have developed a new certification program, IEEE CBP, to meet the training, hiring, and evaluation needs of professionals and companies throughout the biometrics industry.

Explaining Biometrics

 

Explainer: Vascular Pattern Recognition

Vascular pattern recognition, also commonly referred to as vein pattern authentication, uses near-infrared light to reflect or transmit images of…

 

Explainer: Healthcare and Medical Biometrics

Healthcare biometrics refers to biometric applications in doctors’ offices, hospitals, or for use in monitoring patients. This can include access…

 

Explainer: Gesture recognition

Gesture recognition has been defined as the mathematical interpretation of a human motion by a computing device.  Gestures can originate…

 

Explainer: What is Biometric Identification?

Biometric technologies use physical characteristics, such as voice tone or hand shape, to identify people automatically. Behaviors, such as handwriting…

 

Explainer: Hand Geometry Recognition

Hand geometry recognition is the longest implemented biometric type, debuting in the market in the late 1980s. The systems are…

 

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…

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