Biometric Identity Keeping Identities Secure!

Biometric identity authentication devices are some of the most sophisticated forms of modern security, and you may find that your company’s security can be greatly enhanced by one of the many forms of biometric ID currently available on the market.

With fingerprint, face pattern, and voice biometrics devices currently being sold by the majority of the high tech security companies, you will easily be able to find the biometric identity authentication device that will be the best for you.

There are a number of biometrics security systems currently available, ranging in prices from accessible to incredibly costly.

The cost of the identity devices is directly linked to the complexity of the identity system, as the most complex devices are capable of processing much more complex information.

What Are The Main Types Of Biometric Identity Systems?

The main biometrics authentication systems are:


1. Gait pattern

2. Signature pattern

3. Voice pattern

4. Fingerprint

5. Hand geometry

6. Facial recognition

7. Biometrics smart card

These are the principal biometrics system currently in use today, though no doubt there are certain identity systems that use DNA testing and other incredibly complex forms of biometric identification and authentication.

The effectiveness of these is directly linked to the uniqueness of each person’s fingerprints, voice, and facial structure.

Thanks to the fact that everyone is unique from everyone else in a number of ways, these unique identity features are used as the means of ensuring that only those granted access to certain locations can open locked doors and safes.

How do they work, you may ask? The answer is fairly simple:

The person wanting to gain access to a biometric security lock places their eye, finger, face, palm, etc. on the device to be scanned.

The identity scanner captures an image of the unique biometrics signature.

The identity device accesses the database of unique biometric patterns stored in the hardware of the device. It compares the various shapes, sizes, ridges, etc. of the biometric signature against those stored in its database.

If the device finds that the biometric matches that of one of those authorized to open the lock, the device simply releases the lock and opens the door.

If the device determines that the biometrics doesn’t match that of any stored in the device, the lock remains shut.

The person has a number of tries to open the lock with their unique biometrics signature, after which the device is locked and can only be accessed by the owner who has the master code of the device.

As you can see, the concept behind the biometrics authentication device is incredibly simple, but incredibly effective. Obviously there are drawbacks to each identity system, and each type of biometrics device has its flaws that make it possible to circumvent the security system.

Despite each flaw, the various bio metric identity systems are the most effective of the various security devices currently on the market.

The complexity of the technology is one of the things that contribute to the high cost, but the future may hold devices that will be much safer and much cheaper.



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