The rise of behavioral biometrics

Friday, 1 September 2006, 7:20 PM EST

Enterprises often balk at the cost, constraints, and fickle performance of more traditional biometric technologies such as fingerprint, face, and iris scanners. Because of this, so-called behavioral biometrics -- including keystroke, mouse pattern, and voice analysis, in addition to such soft authentication methods as challenge/response questions -- have become more popular.

At CIO Today.

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