If you use Apple and Samsung and any mobile device you must have seen the biometric-based phone lock, unlock and digital payments. Biometric in these payment systems means fingerprint, iris, face Id etc. However, there are many other types of biometric as well like behavioural biometric. How do you use your laptop mouse, which tabs you open in your laptop or online banking interface is also your behavioural biometric.
Have you ever wondered how does your fingerprint, iris and face etc get stored on your laptop or mobile? What information gets passed on while you complete a digital payment using your biometrics?
In this Business-Oriented course, we will understand;
(Please see the introduction video and course overview, before enrolling)
- Definition and types of biometric, behavioural and physical biometrics, how to choose the best biometric system for deployment, factors, technology behind biometric capture, registration and verification, 1:1 and 1:n matching, biometric system performance management terms and ratios, impact of biometric failure, biometric based digital payments, Face, Iris and fingerprint based payment, NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland's biometric card video, CVM, ODCVM, Digital payments, payments processing, fintech, digital finance, risk in biometric system.
Biometric identity section of this course has been used in our Digital Identity based course as well, as the same content fits really well with that course.
We look forward to meeting you in the course.
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