Biometric pen protects against laptop fraud

Thursday, 3 March 2005, 11:07 AM EST

Secure Signature Systems' Biometric Pen is a pen-based biometric system designed to provide a secure method of access to a computer through signature recognition and verification. Replacing the traditional Windows log-on using your handwriting, the system recognises 'your' handwriting instead of a password, which could be passed on for anybody to use. The really neat aspect of the pen is that unlike conventional signature systems, the Biometric Pen compares the 'image' of a signature, valuating the 'act' of creating the signature.

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