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Title: A STUDY OF APPLICATION OF BIOMETRIC SECURITY SYSTEMS IN SERVICE INDUSTRIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PUNE DISTRICT
Researcher: Godase Milind Shankar
Guide(s): Barbole A.N.
Keywords: A STUDY OF APPLICATION OF BIOMETRIC SECURITY SYSTEMS IN SERVICE INDUSTRIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PUNE DISTRICT
University: Solapur University
Completed Date: 01-03-2016
Abstract: Biometrics is a sparkling word in the world of science and technology. Since after 9/11, biometrics is getting a titanic attention all over the world by scientist, researchers and engineers. Now a day everywhere in the world, especially in the western part of the world, security is given the top priority to counter the possible threats from terrorists and hence biometrics and security are the synonyms. Biometric systems are spreading rapidly at all security prone areas such as airports, banks, offices also with documentation like passport, identity card, driving license, etc. In India, our security system rely on old fashioned system adopted by police and other couple of security agencies like Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). With changed world scenario due to continual threats from terrorist organizations, India is also facing many challenges including cross border terrorism, drug trafficking, ill-legal immigration from neighboring countries. Now slowly but steadily, Indian Security systems are also adapting the biometric system. The biometric is the study of physical or behavioral characteristics used for the identification of a person. These characteristics of a person include the features like fingerprints, face, hand geometry, voice and iris biometric features. These biometric features can be used for authentication purpose in computer based security systems. The identification of a person is becoming highly important as the ID cards, punch, secret password and PIN are used for personal identification. The ID can be stolen; passwords can be forgotten or cracked. The biometric identification overcomes all the above. newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/130747
Appears in Departments:Department of Commerce

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