Biometric Solutions

The term biometrics refers to technologies those measures and analyses human physiological or behavioral characteristics for authentication or identification purposes.

Some of the most widely used characteristics or biometric factors are fingerprints, irises, voice patterns and the spatial geometry of the face.

Why use biometrics?

  • Unlike the use of other forms of authentication, such as passwords or tokens, biometric recognition provides a strong link between an individual and a claimed identity. Biometric identifiers such as fingerprints and irises are one-of-a-kind, and cannot be guessed, stolen, shared or re-created.
  • One area where biometrics can provide help is in protecting against attempts to establish fraudulent multiple identities or prevent identity fraud. By searching through the stored references in database, individuals who appear to have previously enrolled using a different identity can be highlighted for further investigation. It is very difficult to perform this type of check without the use of biometrics.
  • Biometric identifiers can't be forgotten. There's nothing to carry with you and nothing to lose, because it’s actually you.