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I cannot speak for the rest of the world but I am pretty sure that customers here in continental “old” Europe wont accept this technology of eye scanning and risk getting blind !!!


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December 22, 2011
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It alwsys pains me to see people still talking about “retinal scans” when they really mean “iris scans”. Oh – and it is not a scan, it is a simple digital photograph in light just below the visible (near infra-red). The kind they use on those night-time video diaries recorded for reality TV like Big Brother!


Posted by: Martin
 
December 22, 2011
4:50 am

Revocable, and non-reversible biometric techniques will assist in overcoming the issue of an individual’s biometric being compromised. When you enrol, several pseudo-identity templates are created, which can be revoked without affecting the others, if at any time one is compromised. The EU TURBINE project researched this issue and put forward some practical solutions.


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December 21, 2011
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Iris scans yes, retinal scans no. Your irises, just like fingerprints are unique and unchanging absent some physical (medical) procedure. Retinas change with age and disease. As such, they don’t lend themselves well to their use without the possibility of legal entanglements (HIPPA, etc.). Besides, the fact that they do change is what makes them unreliable. In addition, the data storage requirements for Retinal scans are orders of magnitude greater than those for iris scans.


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December 20, 2011
7:07 pm

My problem with biometrics is that when a password is compromised you can just a new password. If your biometrics are compromised (and someone WILL eventually find a way to do so, if the history of security is any guide) then what do you do? You are SOL, it seems to me.


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December 20, 2011
11:54 am

I very much do not want to have to use my core identity to access every service I might happen to use. I want to use the persona I have selected (or has been assigned to me by an appropriate authority). It’s also not desirable that all access control be directly linked to identity – either from a security or a privacy perspective.
If you can do that with biometrics, I will not object. But you need to prove it.


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Posted by: Brooke
 
December 20, 2011
5:15 am

Remembering numerous password is quite difficult.I do agree with it. But when Bio-metrics is applied, wont there be any side effects to Human-Beings.
For Example:when some kind of rays are being passed, there are some possibilites for the Human-Being to get affected. If this project is developed in such a way that it does not cause any problems even after passing rays,then it would be more beneficail for us.


Posted by: saranya
 
December 20, 2011
2:36 am

Am I the only one terrified of biometrics becoming more commonplace? Currently an attacker just has to beating your password out of you. In the future, they will have to scan your eyes or finger, and it will be hard to be discrete lugging an unconscious person around…


Posted by: Michael
 
December 19, 2011
9:51 pm

Biometrics : retinal scan /fingerprints /


Posted by: Imro
 
December 19, 2011
6:16 pm

Is there a version of this video (and the others) available with captions for Hard of Hearing and Deaf individuals?


Posted by: Mike
 
December 19, 2011
6:06 pm

ATM machine, so I can walk up to an automated teller machine machine? One that dispenses ATMs? Sweet.


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December 19, 2011
6:03 pm

“ATM Machine”… that bugs the heck out of me


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December 19, 2011
4:15 pm

We’ve been told for years that, next year, we will be able to consolidate all of our passwords into a single sign-on that would be linked with all applications requiring authentication… it hasn’t happened yet. We all have more passwords now then ever before. It would certainly save a lot of time and increase security significantly if we didn’t need passwords, by using some bio-mechanical method of authentication. So hopefully this will come to fruition within the next five years, but time will tell.


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December 19, 2011
12:55 pm

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December 19, 2011
11:15 am

Shared….to Google+ (which inexplicably is NOT sharing option). I’m counting the days until we start using this kind of tech that’s been around a while.


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December 19, 2011
10:51 am

not voice recording… Image only is a better option as long it cannot be copied or reproduced….


Posted by: tan
 
December 19, 2011
12:31 am

Voice recording? Nope, too easy to record and reproduce. Image-only? Perhaps. Time will tell. But I’d say the likelihood of that is on par with each person having an individualized RFID chip a la digital wallet. Meanwhile, online profiles will still use passwords (or possibly an authentication certificate that’s created by swiping the RFID chip into a reader integrated into laptops and keyboards.


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