Biometrics: Identity Verification in a Networked World by Michael Thieme, Samir Nanavati, Raj Nanavati (Paperback, 2002)
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- DescriptionAn insight into the biometric industry and the steps for successful deployment Biometrics techlogies verify identity through characteristics such as fingerprints, voices, and faces. By providing increased security and convenience, biometrics have begun to see widespread deployment in network, e-commerce, and retail applications. This book provides in-depth analysis of biometrics as a solution for authenticating employees and customers. Leading authority, Samir Nanavati explores privacy, security, accuracy, system design, user perceptions, and lessons learned in biometric deployments. He also assesses the real-world strengths and weaknesses of leading biometric techlogies: finger-scan, iris-scan, facial-scan, voice-scan, and signature-scan. This accessible book is a necessary step in understanding and implementing biometrics. Demystifies the complex world of optical networks for IT and business managers Over the past few years, the cost of fiber optic networking has decreased, making it the best solution for providing virtually unlimited bandwidth for corporate LANs and WANs, metropolitan networks, Internet access, and broadband to the home. The only strategic book on optical networking techlogies written from a real-world business perspective, Optical Networking demystifies complex fiber techlogies for managers, and details the practical business benefits an optical network can offer. Debra Cameron explores established and emerging markets for optical networks as well as the enabling techlogies, applications, network architectures, key deployment issues, and cost considerations. She also provides in-depth case studies of optical networks w in use in the United States and abroad.
- Author BiographySAMIR NANAVATI is a founding partner of International Biometric Group, LLC, a biometric consulting and integration firm cofounded in 1996. Mr. Nanavati is cited frequently by several leading publications such as U.S. News & World Report, the New York Times, and The Industry Standard. He is also the author of fourteen analyses on the state of the biometric industry. MICHAEL THIEME is a Senior Consultant with International Biometric Group. He has written extensively on a variety of biometric topics including IT security, deployment issues, and privacy. Mr. Thieme served on the Biometric Interoperability Subcommittee of the GSA Smart Access project and is also a member of the ANSI NIST B10.8 Biometric Subcommittee as well as a founder of the BioPrivacy Initiative. RAJ NANAVATI is a cofounding partner at International Biometric Group, LLC. He lectures extensively on the technical, business, and policy issues associated with using biometrics. He has been quoted extensively in major media publications, including the New York Times, and has been featured on National Public Radio. He has also submitted testimony on biometrics to Congress.
- Author(s)Michael Thieme,Raj Nanavati,Samir Nanavati
- PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Date of Publication12/04/2002
- SubjectElectronics Engineering & Communications Engineering
- Series TitleTechnology Briefs
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Content Note38 b/w photographs, 18 b/w illustrations, 7 tables
- Weight564 g
- Width190 mm
- Height233 mm
- Spine17 mm
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