It was not long ago that security technologies such as identification through facial recognition or retina scans could only be found in a James Bond or Star Trek movie. However, as threats to IT security become more prevalent, and hackers and social engineers develop more sophisticated ways of breaking into information systems, these types of security methods are now becoming more common.
On the Biometric Consortium’s website (see below) you can find examples of face, fingerprint, voice, and even retinal recognition systems. You can even find a fingerprint system that is now in place at Disney World. Is this the wave of the future?
For this Assignment, submit a 4 to 5 page evaluation of two biometric systems. Respond to the following in your paper:
Biometric Consortium. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.biometrics.org
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