Biometric security: more bottom-line benefits, less James Bond

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NEC’s Gohringer cuts through the misconceptions that surround biometrics and puts forward the business case for the integration of biometric technologies into a company’s security strategy.

Bond movies will always be associated with state-of-the-art technology, but few of the products he uses or encounters ever make it into the real world.  A car that turns into a submarine might be nice to have or an umbrella that transforms into a rope ladder useful on the odd occasion, but ...

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