Biometrics and Privacy

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Access control
Biometrics
Which method(s) of biometrics that would not meet with undue resistance from potential users would you recommend to a manager to replace password-based access controls?
ASKED: August 26, 2013  12:40 AM
UPDATED: August 26, 2013  1:39 PM

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  • CarlCioffi
    There is no biometric method of user ID that will not meet with resistance.  Users will always be paranoid about big brother having personal information like finger print, facial scan, retina scan.  Finger print recognition is the least costly solution and would probably be the path of least resistance and you can buy equipment that already has finger print scanners built in.  Facial and retina scanning is more difficult and the equipment is more costly.  Good Luck
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