Behavioral biometrics are based upon a person’s actions or measurements of body movement. Respond to the following:

Select from one of the following lower or newer behavioral metrics:
Facial recognition
Signature analysis
Gait analysis
Keystroke analysis
Explain how your selected biometric works.
What are the ways that it be used in criminal investigations?
Explain the limitations of your selected biometric.

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Biometric identification is a security system that controls access or offers identification subsequent the uniqueness of some human characteristics, which include physiological patters and behavioral exclusivity. Until recent past, physiological identification such as fingerprinting and DNA fingerprinting has been the most popular form of identification (JENKINS & BURTON, 2008). However, with the increased technological evolution, scientists have developed other lower forms of biometrics applicable in crime investigation and security ...
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