Biometric Security

What if you could implement a modern, state-of-the-art surveillance system that enables you to:

  • Automatic alerts when someone enters the perimeter or a restricted area

  • Night-vision and thermal images

  • HDTV-quality video images with exceptional level of detail

  • Real-time access to live and recorded imagesrs?

  • Easy-to install, outdoor-ready cameras

  • Remotely monitor manufacturing lines and processes

  • Instantly detect and respond to incidents

  • Provide remote troubleshooting and maintenance support

  • Evaluate incidents without contaminating the process area

  • Have “extra eyes” when managing production lines

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Biometrics is the science and technology of measuring and analyzing biological data.In information technology biometrics refers to technologies that measure.

Although many experts say biometrics are intrinsically secure (since no one else can have your ears or eyes), Alvaro Bedoya, Professor of Law at Georgetown University, argues otherwise. “A password is inherently private. The whole point of a password is that you don’t tell anyone about it. A credit card is inherently private in the sense that you only have one credit card.”

Biometrics, on the other hand, are inherently public, he argues. “I do know what your ear looks like, if I meet you, and I can take a high resolution photo of it from afar,” says Bedoya. “I know what your fingerprint looks like if we have a drink and you leave your fingerprints on the pint glass.” And that makes them easy to hack. Or track.