BioID

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    New Technologies in Border Control: BioID eBorder & eGate Solution

    The time required for border control processing has increased considerably in the last few years, due to both an increase in international crime and steep annual growth in travel. Conventional methods cannot meet the security and speed requirements to identify growing numbers of travelers; high-capacity technology is needed. Biometrics is...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    New Enrollment Technologies for ePassports

    To combat increasing international crime and protect against forgery, countries around the world are implementing biometric passports. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the normative organization for standardizing travel documents, has developed standards for implementing machine-readable passports and other travel documents, which include biometric traits. Such documents improve identification reliability by...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Creating Safe and Trusted Social Networks With Biometric User Authentication

    Many people are reluctant to engage in social networks or to allow their children to do so, because the anonymity and perceived lack of security puts them at risk of identity theft and of online contacts who misrepresent themselves, such as sexual predators and stalkers. Current password-based authentication neither adequately...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Creating Safe and Trusted Social Networks With Biometric User Authentication

    Many people are reluctant to engage in social networks or to allow their children to do so, because the anonymity and perceived lack of security puts them at risk of identity theft and of online contacts who misrepresent themselves, such as sexual predators and stalkers. Current password-based authentication neither adequately...

    Provided By BioID

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    New Technologies in Border Control: BioID eBorder & eGate Solution

    The time required for border control processing has increased considerably in the last few years, due to both an increase in international crime and steep annual growth in travel. Conventional methods cannot meet the security and speed requirements to identify growing numbers of travelers; high-capacity technology is needed. Biometrics is...

    Provided By BioID

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    New Enrollment Technologies for ePassports

    To combat increasing international crime and protect against forgery, countries around the world are implementing biometric passports. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the normative organization for standardizing travel documents, has developed standards for implementing machine-readable passports and other travel documents, which include biometric traits. Such documents improve identification reliability by...

    Provided By BioID