Biometrics
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Biometrics

An introductory course about understanding the different types and uses of biometrics.
3.8 (48 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
173 students enrolled
Last updated 3/2015
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 min on-demand audio
  • 3 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Be introduced to biometrics, its advantages and disadvantages, its issues and concerns
  • Be introduced to the types of biometrics
  • Be aware of the different uses of biometrics
  • Know how biometrics works
  • Know the different devices used in biometrics
  • Look forward to the new technology and gadgets that biometrics may bring
Requirements
  • Basic understanding of the IT industry
  • Knowledge of the English language
Description

Biometrics comprises of techniques and systems for uniquely recognizing individuals on the basis of one or more intrinsic physical or behavioral traits. In computer science, biometrics is used as a form of identity for access management and access control. It is also used to identify individuals in groups who are under surveillance.

The course will discuss the advantages and disadvantages, issues and concerns, technology and devices, etc. of biometrics technology. The types of biometrics and its different uses will also be explained.

Who this course is for:
  • Career-driven IT professionals stay relevant in their roles in the I.T. industry.
Course content
Expand all 63 lectures 01:39:04
+ Introduction to Biometrics
6 lectures 15:47

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 2: Introduction to Biometrics

Lecture 3: History of Biometrics

Lecture 4: Authentication vs Identification

Lecture 5: Advantages and Disadvantages

Lecture 6: Issues and Concerns

Preview 00:28

This lecture will introduce biometrics.

Preview 02:28

This discussion will focus on the history of biometrics.

Preview 02:04

This lecture will identify the difference between authentication and identification.

Preview 02:21

This lecture will identify the advantages and disadvantages of biometrics.

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Lecture outline:

0:00    Advantages
4:06    Disadvantages
Advantages and Disadvantages
04:57

This lecture will identify some issues and concerns about biometrics.

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Lecture outline:

0:00    Privacy and Discrimination
0:57    Danger to Owners
1:29    Soft Biometrics
2:00    Cancelable Biometrics
Issues and Concerns
03:29
+ Types of Biometrics: Behavioral
8 lectures 11:34

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 9: Types of Biometrics

Lecture 10: Comparison Between Biometrics

Lecture 11: Behavioral Biometrics

Lecture 12: Gait

Lecture 13: Keystroke

Lecture 14: Signature Recognition

Lecture 15: Voice Recognition

Preview 00:28

This lecture will identify the types of biometrics.

Types of Biometrics
00:57

This lecture will discuss comparisons between the types of biometrics.

Comparison Between the Types of Biometrics
02:11

This lecture will explain the first type of biometrics, namely behavioral.

Behavioral Biometrics
00:45

This discussion will focus on a behavioral characteristic, specifically gait.

Gait
02:29

This discussion will focus on a behavioral characteristic, specifically keystroke.

Keystroke
01:02

This discussion will focus on a behavioral characteristic, specifically signature recognition.

Signature Recognition
01:37

This discussion will focus on a behavioral characteristic, specifically voice recognition.

Voice Recognition
02:05
+ Types of Biometrics: Physiological
11 lectures 16:04

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 18: Physiological Biometrics

Lecture 19: DNA

Lecture 20: Face Recognition

Lecture 21: Fingerprint Recognition

Lecture 22: Hand Geometry

Lecture 23: Iris Recognition

Lecture 24: Retinal Scanning

Lecture 25: Retinal vs Iris

Lecture 26: Odor

Lecture 27: Ear

Preview 00:29

This lecture will explain physiological biometrics.

Physiological Biometrics
00:30

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically the use of DNA.

DNA
01:40

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically face recognition.

Face Recognition
01:44

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically fingerprint recognition.

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Lecture outline:

0:00    Introduction and Definition
1:43    Advantages
2:07    Disadvantages
Fingerprint Recognition
02:38

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically hand geometry.

Hand Geometry
01:52

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically iris recognition.

Iris Recognition
01:43

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically retinal scanning.

Retinal Scanning
01:32

This discussion will identify the difference between retinal scanning and iris recognition.

Retinal vs Iris
02:16

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically the use of one’s odor.

Odor
00:58

This discussion will focus on a physiological characteristic, specifically the use of one’s ear.

Ear
00:42
+ Uses of Biometrics
13 lectures 08:57

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 30: Introduction on the Uses of Biometrics

Lecture 31: Security

Lecture 32: Employee Behavior

Lecture 33: Consumer Behavior

Lecture 34: Democratic Election Process

Lecture 35: Airports and Borders

Lecture 36: Use by Employers

Lecture 37: Law Enforcement and Justice

Lecture 38: Financial Use

Lecture 39: Transaction with Banks

Lecture 40: Border Security

Lecture 41: Other Uses

Preview 00:25

This lecture will talk about the different uses of biometrics.

Introduction on the Uses of Biometrics
00:49

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely security.

Security
00:59

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely for employee behavior.

Employee Behavior
00:31

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely for consumer behavior.

Consumer Behavior
00:42

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely in the election process.

Democratic Election Process
00:46

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely at airports and borders.

Airports and Borders
00:29

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely for the use of employers.

Use by Employers
00:39

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely in law enforcement and justice.

Law Enforcement and Justice
01:08

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely for financial use.

Financial Use
00:35

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely in bank transactions.

Transaction with Banks
00:30

This lecture will identify one of the many uses of biometrics, namely on border security.

Border Security
00:38

This lecture will identify the other uses of biometrics.

Other Uses
00:46
+ How Biometrics Work
8 lectures 13:59

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 44: Introduction on How Biometrics Work

Lecture 45: Biological Basics

Lecture 46: Biometric Readings

Lecture 47: Biometric Considerations

Lecture 48: Steps in Biometric Systems

Lecture 49: Components of Biometrics

Lecture 50: Why Use Biometrics?

Preview 00:27

This lecture will discuss how biometrics works.

Introduction on How Biometrics Work
03:30

This lecture will explain the biological basics of biometrics.

Biological Basics
00:32

This lecture will explain biometric readings.

Biometric Readings
00:52

This lecture will explain biometric considerations.

Biometric Considerations
03:04

This lecture will identify the steps in the biometric system.

Steps in Biometric Systems
02:23

This lecture will identify the different components of biometrics.

Components of Biometrics
02:09

This lecture will talk about why biometrics should be used.

Why Use Biometrics?
01:02
+ Technology and Devices
4 lectures 11:09

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 53: Using Biometrics

Lecture 54: Biometrics Technology

Lecture 55: Biometrics Devices

Preview 00:30

This lecture will talk about using biometrics.

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Lecture outline:

0:00    Introduction
1:32    Speed and Accuracy
3:01    Cost
3:38    Acceptance
4:07    Government Regulation
Using Biometrics
04:29

This discussion will focus on the technology in biometrics.

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Lecture outline:

0:00    Introduction
0:20    Optical
0:58    Acoustical
2:21    Microwaves
2:48    Captive Sensors
3:03    Pressure Sensors
3:16    Particle Rays
3:48    Magnetic Fields
4:21    Electric Fields
4:44    Chemical Emissions
Biometrics Technology
05:07

This discussion will center on the devices used in biometrics.

Biometrics Devices
01:03
+ Future of Biometrics Technology
9 lectures 15:07

In this lecture, we'll discuss some objectives aimed at showing what you can expect to learn from this course.

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Section Outline

Lecture 58: Introduction to the Future of Biometrics

Lecture 59: Authentication

Lecture 60: Access and Attendance Control

Lecture 61: Travel Control

Lecture 62: Financial and Other Transactions

Lecture 63: Remote Voting

Lecture 64: Automatic Working Devices

Lecture 65: Action Control

Preview 00:23

This discussion will focus on the future of biometrics.

Introduction to the Future of Biometrics
03:11

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of authentication.

Authentication
00:40

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of access and attendance control.

Access and Attendance Control
01:07

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of travel control.

Travel Control
01:15

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of finance and other transactions.

Financial and Other Transactions
01:17

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of remote voting.

Remote Voting
03:04

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of automatic working devices.

Automatic Working Devices
02:36

This lecture will talk about the future of biometrics in the area of action control.

Action Control
01:34
+ Course Resources
1 lecture 00:00

This e book is a list of terms and definitions often used in the field of biometrics.

Biometrics Glossary of Terms
3 pages
+ Biometrics Certification
3 lectures 01:27

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Once you've completed the course, email our exam department at exams@artofservice.com.au to purchase your exam voucher and sit your final exam.

. Access includes a step-by-step procedure on how to take the final exam and how to obtain your exam certification.

You will receive a PDF certificate through your email upon passing the examination.

Final Exam
1 page

We are always in the process of improving our courses and procedures for a better learning experience for our students. Your input is very important to us.


Follow the step-by-step procedure on taking the evaluation and receiving your certificate of completion.

Evaluation Form
1 page

A final message from our CEO.

Conclusion - Final Lecture
01:27