Security Technologies; Part 1: Biometrics and Access Control (Technical Insights)

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This report discusses the status of biometric and access control technologies. Issues related to technology and legislation that impact the development and implementation of such technologies are also analyzed. The different areas of application are outlined, with some current examples. Recent patents and companies engaged in the development of such technologies are also detailed.

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Security Technologies; Part 1, Executive SummaryIntroductionOverviewDeliverablesSurvery of TopicsDefinitionsLayers of SecurityBiometric TechnologiesMarket DriversSummary of this ReportThe Biometrics and Access Control LandscapeTechnology Drivers and RestraintsKey Technology TrendsUnique Features of the ReportPrimary AudienceSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Introduction to BiometricsDefinitionsDefinitionsBiometric Security System EvolutionBiometrics BackgroundIdentify vs. VerifyBiometric ErrorsGeneral Applications of BiometricsPhysical AccessVirtual AccessBiometric in the Real WorldExamples of Biometrics in ActionBiometrics TechnologyIntroductionBiometric Technologies Nurtured by Government FundingBiometric Security System DevelopmentRush to BiometricsDatabase DebateInvestments in BiometricsWireless Microchip Implantable TechnologyImplants for our PetsImplantable Microchip TechnologyPrivacy ConcernsMany Groups Are Afraid of BiometricsThe Biometrics Industry Faces the ChallengeBiometrics and Secured TransactionsVoice Prints Augment Wireless SecurityDigital Signature Laws Boost Biometrics The Risk of Interception and Cost of ImplementationSelecting a Biometric TechnologyIntroductionCost Comparison Factors among Biometric Technologies Future of BiometricsStandardsBiometric AssuranceHybrid Technology UsesSecurity Technologies; Part 1, General Security ConcernsImproving the Security of BuildingsA More Secure WorldKeeping Structures and Perimeters SafeBuildings with Shock Absorption SystemsAssessing the Vulnerability of BuildingsDeveloping Smart BricksFences Make Good NeighborsSmart Fence Signals IntrusionCampus Security at Colleges and UniversityActive ID Cards Step beyond the Keypad CodesVideo SurveillanceBiometrics Adds Another DimensionSandia's School Security MissionHospital Security: Case StudyHigher Crime Statistics Prompt More Security in and around HospitalsSecurity System DesignInfant Abduction AlertAirport Security HistoryAirport Security Technology: After 9/11OpportunitiesTechnology for Secure Check-inPassenger ScreeningCheck-in Case StudiesBaggage and PackagesScopeAdvanced X-Ray Scanning SystemsRadio Frequency Identification (RFID)Pulse Fast Neutron Analysis and Thermal Neutron Analysis Access ControlIntroductionTechnology and Potential ApplicationsBiometrics at the BorderBiometrics at the BorderSecurity At U.S. Chemical PlantsSandia Consultants Survey Nations' Chemical PlantsGuidelines; Regulation for Chemical Plants near Highly Populated AreasDams and Power SystemsDams and Power SystemsGeneral Aviation SecurityGeneral Aviation SecurityRisk Assessments and Hazmat ShipmentsDepartment of Transportation's Office of Hazardous Materials Safety (OHMS)The Risk Management Self-Evaluation Framework (RMSEF)Risk Management: A Recognized DisciplineThe TransCAER ProgramSecurity of Water InfrastructuresVulnerabilities of the Water SystemAssessing VulnerabilitiesSecurity Services MarketSecurity Services MarketSecurity System Standards and CodesSecurity System Standards and CodesSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Video and SurveillanceGrowing Acceptance of CCTV for SecurityFactors Contributing to the Growing MarketDigital Video TechnologySome Factors Are Still TroublesomeGranny Cams Deterrent to MistreatmentIntroductionConstant SurveillanceVideo Cam Monitoring Software Show it's here To StayNew Spy SoftwareLaw Enforcement PossibilitiesMonitoring and Surveillance vs. Personal PrivacyRights and DemocracyIs The Public Now Ready for More Invasions of Privacy?Surveillance Video Can Make a Big DifferenceIs More Monitoring Inevitable?Web or Local/Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN) AccessWeb-Based and Wireless TechnologiesWeb vs. WirelessClosed Circuit Television (CCTV) Based Security ApplicationsIntroductionCompetitive Factors in the CCTV MarketCCTV Market DynamicsOpportunities and ForecastsSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Survey of Biometric TechnologiesBiometrics TechnologyBiometrics TechnologyFingerprints and Finger ScansIntroductionFingerprint TechnologyFingerprint Identification StandardsFingerprint Scanner for ATM IdentificationFingerprint Biometric Used in Healthcare FacilitiesFingerscan: Convenient Security Using PCs Handwriting and SignaturesThe Distinction between Biometric and Digital SignaturesSignature VerificationAnalyzing HandwritingFacial RecognitionIntroductionACLU Says Face Recognition Technology IneffectiveComputer Software for Face RecognitionFinding a Face in a CrowdLiar; Liar; Face on FireHand Geometry and Hand ScansIntroductionHand Scanning in Pilot ProjectHand Geometry vs. FingerprintsRecognition Systems' Hand Geometry TechnologyRetina ScansRetina Scan TechnologyRetina Scan Commercial EquipmentRetina Scan EvaluationsIris ScanIris Scan TechnologyVoice Verification and Voice ScansIntroductionSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Biometrics and Access Control Market DynamicsBiometric Market DriversIntroductionMarket SegmentsEquipment PricesIdentification InfrastructuresAcceptance of Biometrics SecurityBiometric ApplicationsIntroductionSurvey of Biometric ApplicationsCompetitive Factors in the Biometrics MarketIntroductionEvaluating Biometric TechnologiesTechnological DevelopmentsStandardsBioAPI Standard Other StandardsBiometrics Market and Technology TrendsBiometrics in Conjunction with PKI and Smart Cards Biometrics in the Embedded Systems ArenaBiometrics in Multi-Layered Security SolutionsNeed for Authentication Will Drive Biometrics MarketNeed for Authentication Will Drive Biometrics MarketSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Digital Signatures, Biometric Identification, and SecurityE-Sign Act Releases BiometricsIntroductionIdentity Fraud Fed by the InternetElectronic Security ComponentUsing E-Signatures in Today's WorldPublic Key InfrastructureConsumers Have Doubts about Internet SecurityOnline PrivacyOnline SecurityCertificates of AuthorityCertifying Authorities Authenticate E-SignaturesPractical ApplicationsThe Nuts and Bolts of LegalityCertified E-Mail Moves to the WebEncryption StrategiesSmart Card TechnologyThe Biometrics ComponentIntroductionAn Example: Voice VerificationFingerprint Scanner for ATM IdentificationCredit Cards Can Use BiometricsOther Biometric ParametersStandard Application Programming Interface (API)Standard Application Programming Interface (API)The Police Try Out PKIThe Police Try Out PKIDatacard Goes down the Biometric RoadDatacard Goes down the Biometric RoadSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Access Control ApplicationsAccess Control and Time & AttendanceIntroductionThe Role of BiometricsIntegrated Security Systems: An ExampleAirport Access Control for Authorized PersonnelLessons of September 11Provisions of the Airport Improvement Security ActA Case StudyThe Transportation Workers ID Card: A Civilian Biometric ProjectThe Transportation Workers ID Card: A Civilian Biometric ProjectSecurity Assertion Markup Language (SAML)Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)Access to Medical RecordsSun Launches Healthcare Solution Set To Help Companies Address HIPAA LegislationHIPAA Solution Set Includes Applications from Strategic Software or Service ProvidersHIPAA Assessment Service Offers Comprehensive SnapshotHIPAA Deadlines Bearing down on Healthcare IndustryHIPAA OverviewSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Biometric and Access Control Companies9. Biometric and Access Control Companies Profiles of Biometric and Access Control CompaniesSecurity Technologies; Part 1, Technical Insights Science and Technology 2002 AwardsSecurity Technologies AwardsAwards OverviewTechnology Innovation Award Category: SecuGen CorporationTechnology Leadership Award Category: Electronic Identification Inc.Security Technologies; Part 1, PatentsRecent U.S. Patents on Biometrics and Access ControlRecent US Patents on Biometrics and Access Control

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