Keeping a finger on security

Monday, 28 November 2005, 8:47 AM EST

Whether someone is who he or she says they are can't always be taken at face value. But now, the use of biometric technology - once prohibitive in costs - is becoming increasingly more accurate, detailed and affordable. It's also a developing as a business niche in the Tampa Bay area.

By Michael Hinman at BizJournals.

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