Describe how a high biometric is being used in the public and private sector today.
Describe how a low biometric is being used in the public and private sector today.
Support your work with properly cited research and examples of the selected biometrics applied in the public and private sector.
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The government of Indonesia expects all immigrants at the airport to provide not only their passports but also on-the-spot digital portrait photographs and fingerprint scans.
Despite the fact that the collection of personal information might seem futuristic or intrusive, it is increasingly becoming a part of everyday lives. In this regard, biometric information entails traits that distinguish humans from others in society (Boulgouris, Plataniotis, & Micheli-Tzanakou, 2010).
Although humans can change their addresses, identification documents, telephone numbers, and names, it is impossible to change one’s biometric identity (Jain, Flynn, & Ross, 2008).
As a consequence, researchers and forensic scientists collect such information for various reasons.
For more than a century, criminology experts deployed fingerprints in suspect identification mechanisms on the basis of substantial evidence left at a crime scene.
Whereas fingerprint comparison was a visual undertaking, today's technology makes the work easy, cheap, and quick.
Automated fingerprint identification systems accelerate the process of identifying suspects.
These are in response to the demand for security of both private and public sectors. Additionally, the technology is useful for tracking individuals by use of their anatomy.
It includes retina prints, iris prints, hand geometry, and facial images.
It also entails the use of psychological and behavioural characteristics of individuals for identification purposes (Jain et al., 2008).
Examples include keyboard typing patterns, voice, and written signatures.
Thus, this paper seeks to examine the application of high and low biometric technology in private and public sectors.
Reception of immigrants to the United States is a lengthy process that seeks to identify immigrants to the country (Boulgouris et al., 2010). In fact, border control personnel...