Expert Insights in Identity, Election & Security solutions
When identifying or authenticating a person, reliability is essential. Biometrics helps establish people based on who they are rather than what they know, making it one of the safest methods. However, fraudsters never sleep and can find ways to impersonate.
For most, an official identity implicates a passport, driver’s license, or a national identity card. Proving your identity has been around forever. From claiming your status with jewelry to complex vein patterns, let’s explore the evolution of identity verification.
Biometric registration kits have risen to meet complex identification and verification challenges. From voter registration in remote areas to seamless border control: discover how biometric kits are the solution in any thinkable location.
Chameleon 8 is MOSIP compliant, which opens up new opportunities for countries to biometrically register and verify citizens, wherever they are. Creating an inclusive population register becomes possible. The device captures documents, irises, face (in line with ICAO requirements) and fingerprints.
Physical and behavioral characteristics make us who we are; they are part of our identity.
These characteristics allow us to get identified and authenticated through a fingerprint, a passport photo, or facial capture. Processes and techniques have evolved, and biometrics has become widely accepted and adopted.
The Entry-Exit System will create a foolproof border control system by registering short-stay visa holders and visa-exempt travelers when crossing an EU external border. Here’s how standardized regulations will change travel to and around Europe.
Biometrics and law enforcement have a long history together and a promising future.
Your unique biological features are part of your identity. In our digital way of living, you unlock your device by using facial recognition or log into your bank account using your fingerprint. How are biometrics used to keep you and your data safe?
The USA does not have any federal law dealing with the use of biometric data but certain states, like Illinois, have the Biometric Information Protection Act. BIPA imposes obligations on organizations that collect and use biometric information such as iris scans, fingerprints, voiceprints and DNA.
Air, sea and land crossing is a complex process. A new era of external border management is coming: protecting the security of citizens facilitated by the use of biometrics, stored in centralized databases.
International Day of Democracy was first observed by the United Nations in 2007 and commemorated the principles of democracy. The UN encourages countries to adopt or maintain systems of democratic government. Today, the Day is observed by all UN Member States.