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A company called Bioscrypt2 has been working closely with Smith and Wesson for several years now What do a 150-year-old gunsmith and a biometric company have in common They forged a partnership for better gun control, which has resulted in smart guns Guns that will actually get to know their owner, and in turn only allow their owner to use them Supporters of this idea believe it could be the perfect solution to some of the handgun problems seen around the world No longer will anybody be able to use any gun Here s how it works: When the gun is purchased a small biometric device in the handle scans the fingerprint of the owner Before the gun is permitted to fire the handprint is scanned to determine the user s identification If gun does not recognize the handler s fingerprint it remains locked and unable to fire In this way, biometrics is providing a giant leap in handgun safety If a police officer, for example, has his gun taken, the assailant will be unable to use the gun A child will no longer be able to find and fire a handgun that was stored around the house
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In the end, you have to ask yourself if your security philosophy truly calls for biometrics Highly effective security can be achieved without biometrics That said, a properly implemented biometrics solution could effectively enhance both real and perceived security As biometrics technologies drop in cost, they will become more viable for small to medium-sized business environments If these benefits outweigh the costs and potential deterrents, biometrics may be in your organization s future
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Cryptography: Biometric data is often stored in an encrypted format Managing Security: Biometric technologies should only be deployed in manners consistent with an organization s security philosophy Successfully deploying biometrics requires careful thinking and organizational commitment to security Privacy: Biological measurements are considered highly sensitive personal information and therefore the data gathered by biometric devices must be handled delicately
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Formerly Mytec technologies, changed name to Bioscrypt after acquisition and merger
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Biometric technology alone will only provide one-dimensional security When it s combined with other technologies that bolster its weak points, you can have the makings of a secure environment As we have established, wholly protecting assets always requires following the four categories of authentication methodologies Biometrics alone only covers two of these categories, what you are and what you do At the corporate or government level, biometrics is seen to integrate with technologies that cover the other two categories of authentication These technologies include smart cards, passwords and personal identification numbers (PINs), magnetic stripes, and even physical keys The highest level of security for these large organizations uses a minimum of three-factor authentication That is, their security systems integrate three of the four categories of authentication methodologies For example, let s follow a mythical employee named Steve as he tries to gain access to a completely secure area of his company He approaches a door and the door has a complex-looking device requesting input The device has a chin rest, a keypad, and a card-swiping receptacle that resembles those used in retail stores Steve places his chin on the rest, at which time his retina is scanned Upon verification of his retina pattern in the database he is then asked to swipe his magnetic smart card If the card matches his assigned card code he is the asked by the system to enter his PIN number With the correct input and collaboration of all three forms of authentication the door releases its lock and allows Steve access In this case the security system is requesting something Steve knows (the password), something he possesses (the smart card), and something he is (retinal scan) This is how three factor authentication works, and here are some of the benefits: If Steve drops his card on the ground in the cafeteria and someone else picks it up, it is completely useless Steve s smart card on its own will not grant anyone access to anything If someone finds a way to forge Steve s retina pattern they will still be unable to gain access without his smart card or direct knowledge of his PIN number This offers solid protection against manyw socially engineered attacks as well
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