biometric signature


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biometric signature

A parameter used to verify an individual's identity, based on a physical feature or repeatable action that is both unique to that individual and measureable.
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Biometric Signature ID's patented BioSig-ID[TM] signature gesture biometric technology recently received a 99.97% proof-of-performance validation rating from the Tolly Group, an independent IT testing lab, proving BSI's accuracy of identifying imposters being the highest level of any security product on the market today.
"We're pleased that the proof-of-performance validation we received from the Tolly Group was so remarkable," said Jeff Maynard, president and CEO of Biometric Signature ID.
Biometric Signature ID was one of three companies being awarded funds from this recent TETF selection, receiving $550,000 to help bring their patented identity management products to the marketplace.
With the new Touch ID features, Apple iPhone and iPad users can double down on their phone security as other people will need at least two unique biometric signatures to access their devices.
"Placing millions of people's biometric signatures into a central repository -- just as it is often done with passwords -- is an extraordinarily risky policy because unlike passwords, biometric data cannot be changed."
For example, common access cards (CACs) are configured to store biometric signatures, making biometric applications of CACs possible.