Biometrics Takes Hold Overseas

Krebsbach, Karen
December 2003
Bank Technology News;Dec2003, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p10
Trade Publication
Delves into the use of biometric authentication technology by some global institutions. Names of these banks that availed of the technology; Identification of techniques to secure systems and biometric data; Specification of arguments for and against the use of a national ID card for security and privacy purposes.


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