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Biometria

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Biometrics

Biometrics are automated methods of recognizing a person based on a physiological or behavioral characteristics
Physiological characteristics include fingerprint, face, hand geometry, iris, retinal, vein
Behavioral characteristics are signature, voice, keyboard typing, etc.

Facts - Biometric systems

Development start - 1995

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Sold licenses

1997 - First Client "Geodetic and Cartographic Office", Bratislava, Slovakia

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Technological milestones

I. File database
II. SQL database, client/server
III. Technology of open source, thin client

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Separate modules

Enrollment biometric sample, system configuration, users, access rights, system operation, etc.

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Language mutations

The system is maintained in Slovakia, Czech, Russian and English languages

Principle

Principle

Biometric process

Scanning bio features (fingerprint, face, signature)
Algorithms select characteristic features (minutiae) and create samples (enrollment or comparison)

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Decision-making threshold

Match rate "reference" against "live" sample

Udalosti

Principle - DB events

The result of the identification / verification process is written to the DB events in the device, then rewritten to the server

Benefits - Biometrics

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Universality

Biometric characteristics have all people

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Uniqueness

Biometrics is element that distinguishes one person safely from all other

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Stability

Each person retains this element of a lifetime

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Resistance against counterfeiting

Biometric characteristics of a person cannot be transferred to another person as in the case of ID card, password or PIN

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Convenience

The identification is not required to carry any RFID card, remember PIN etc.

Verification versus identification

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Verification

The system verifies the person's identity by comparing the "live" template with a known "reference" template (1:1)

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Identification

The system verifies the identity of a person by comparing a "live" template with an N-number of "reference" templates (1:N)

Biometrics in practice

Time and Attendance system
- records of staff on arrival and departure to work
- records the number of hours spent on specific tasks or projects in order to cost jobs accurately
Access Control system
- regime workplace
- data centers
- storehouses
- entrances to the offices of the company's management
- power stations
Biometric signature
- paperless document processing
- signing contracts
- multiple signatures in one document in different places at different times
- processing company agenda (travel orders, holiday cards, invoices, directives etc.)
Information security
- workstation, network and domain access
- remote access to resources
- transaction and web security
- application logon
- data protection

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