Do You Recognize That Face, or Finger?

March 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2008, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p86
Trade Publication
The article features the importance of biometric technology in the U.S. The technology helps enhance security without complicating the access control in which the user simply present his face or fingerprints. It claims that the fingerprint technology is the most deployed and mature biometric technology with a wide-scale deployment of equipment with fingerprint sensors. According to International Biometrics Group (IBG), face recognition technology will grow to over $1 billion revenue by 2012.


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