Biometry DEFINITION: Biometric verification is any means by which a person can be uniquely identified by evaluating one or more distinguishing biological traits. Unique identifiers include fingerprints, hand geometry, earlobe geometry, retina and iris patterns, voice waves, DNA, and signatures. The oldest form of biometric verification is fingerprinting. Historians have found examples of thumbprints being used as a means
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Biometric technology has been gathering traction and is becoming almost ubiquitous across a range of industries and applications. But how does it work, what are the benefits, and what do businesses need to look at when implementing the technology? Watch this Q&A with Onfido's biometrics expert, Susana Lopes, to find out.
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