Seacom Technologies Inc.

Website: seacom.ca

For over 20 years SEACOM has assisted government and United Nations agencies incorporate biometric and identity technologies. Seacom has helped design, procure, evaluate, optimize, implement and monitor passport, immigration and perimeter border security systems worldwide.

Explaining Biometrics

 

Explainer: Speaker Recognition

Speaker, or voice, recognition is a biometric modality that uses an individual’s voice for recognition purposes. (It is a different…

 

Explainer: DNA and DNA Profiling

Among various possible biometric modalities, DNA provides the most reliable personal identification. It is intrinsically digital, and does not change…

 

Explainer: Single Sign On Technology for the Healthcare Industry

Major health organizations are scrambling to implement new technologies that can help with the faster and safer delivery of patient…

 

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This guest post was contributed by Anixter. Biometric physical access control is the most secure means for allowing access due…

 

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: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

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