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DEFINITION: Capture is the process or means of obtaining and storing external data, particularly images or sounds, for use at a later time. There are various ways in which this can be done; the best method depends on the application. In biometric security systems, capture is the acquisition of, or the process of acquiring, an identifying characteristic such as a finger image, palm image, facial image, iris print,  … 
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How Face-Recognition Software Can Secure Sensitive Data
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VIDEO: Access this brief video to discover how face recognition software can help you ensure that only the end users you trust can view your sensitive data, regardless of who else is in the room.
Posted: 07 Jan 2016 | Premiered: 07 Jan 2016

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DigitalPersona Pro
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Posted: 15 May 2007 | Premiered: 01 Jan 2006

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AIDC DEFINITION (continued): …  or voice print. (All but the last of these examples involves video data; the last involves audio data.) In order to capture the data, a transducer is employed that converts the actual image or sound into a digital file. The file is then stored. At a later time, it can be analyzed by a computer, or compared with other files in a database to verify identity or to provide authorization to enter a secured system. Most serious computer users are familiar with the term screen capture. The intent of a screen capture is to store the image on a monitor or display exactly as it appears at a specific time. … 
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