As a result, the policies, procedures, and laws regulating their use are evolving.
Describe one way that biometrics is currently being used in the private sector.
Describe some of the best practices that should be in place to ensure that the biometric data is properly collected, used, and stored.
Apply the eight Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Privacy Guidelines to your best practices analysis.
Support your work with properly cited research and examples of the selected biometrics applied in the public and private sector.
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Biometrics is the use of human oriented characteristics for authentication.
In security operations, companies and organizations use biometrics for automated identifications and the controlled access (Radack, 2006).
Subsequent the high subjectivity of the biometric data, the security protocols drawn from the concept are always effective and accurate.
Biometric data uses the biometric identifiers to distinguish individuals, grant access to some, and deny it to others depending on the programming.
For increased efficiency, engineers divide the identifiers into two major groups: physiological and behavioral biometric identifiers.
Physiological identifiers are all the correspondences derived from the physical appearances of an individuals and include, DNA, hand geometry, retina, iris recognition, face recognition, palm print, finger printing etc.
On the other hand, behavioral identifiers include typing rhythm, voice, gait, and etcetera.
In the recent past, the use of biometrics has been applicable in both private and public sectors.
The paper investigates the common application of biometrics, regulation laws, and their evolution.
Most importantly, the paper evaluates the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Privacy to analyse the desired privacy in biometrics.
Keywords: Biometrics, privacy, Security, Identification, recognition
Biometrics Use in Public and private Sectors and legal and Ethical Practice
Initially, the US government limited the use of biometric data to the government operations only following the vitality to protect and preserve the data. Biometric data include DNA, DNA fingerprinting and...