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Biometrics Fingerprint Indexing at International Borders: is it effective?
Design & Technology
Pages 10 (2510 words)
Name: Title: Course: Tutor: Date: Fingerprint Biometrics at International Borders Abstract Border security has been a major concern to most countries globally since the terrorist attacks in the United States of America. Countries have been more vigilant to ensure that only authenticated persons cross into their territories.
The use of biometrics which identifies one based on physiological or behavioral traits have found mass application. There are various traits that could be used for identification but this paper focuses on fingerprint biometrics as a widely used technology to ensure border security. The aim would be to determine from secondary sources whether the system could be considered effective in attaining its intended purpose. The paper will also seek to analyze the costs involved in acquisition and operation of such systems and whether the current economy would sustain such technologies. Despite the cost involved, the benefits of acquiring and implementing such technology should guide on whether to employ such technology or not. Introduction Since September 9 bombing of the US, countries have been increasingly adopting effective mechanisms to ensure that only verified and authenticated individuals cross their borders, access computer services and other service areas such as banking and commerce. Border crossing presents a myriad of challenges because it involves physical introduction of persons capable of causing harm into a country. As such, transportation, particularly the aviation industry, becomes a paramount target for effective installation of security since it supports emergency response, commerce, law enforcement, economic development, leisure and personal travel. ...
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