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since people cannot differentiate most biometric samples (even the accuracy of facial comparisons by people has been shown to be less than 90 percent). Thus, secondary check personnel will have to rely on alternative biometric technology, identity documentation, or other information to resolve challenged results. 7. Determine the sensitivity of failures. Biometric performance rates and threshold settings will depend on the purpose of your system. If you are controlling who gets a meal at a college cafeteria, for example, your threshold of pain is lower than if you are controlling access to a nuclear power plant. While both can employ the same biometric, the threshold will be set quite differently. You can tolerate the occasional unauthorized student getting falsely accepted into the cafeteria and getting a free lunch. You cannot tolerate an unauthorized person gaining access to nuclear materials. 8. Understand which requirement (that is, convenience, business costs, fraud, or security) is your driver. Analyze your performance expectations in light of independent test results, not manufacturers claims. 9. If none of the above considerations leads to a conclusion, one should follow the Best Practices document and run a cross-technology fly-off of different biometrics. This could involve benchmarking existing sites or funding prototypes or pilots. See the Biometric Consortium web site ( for a link to the most recent release of the UK Best Practices document. Table 9-1 provides a graphical representation of the functionality of mainstream biometrics. The next question: What is the complexity of the system to be biometricized From experience, we know the problem scope and the current environmental baseline (that is is the current system automated or not, is it secure, an so on) drive complexity. A set of complexity codes (1 through 3 with lower numbers indicating a higher degree of complexity) can help categorize the problem and then help you determine the level of formality required to manage a biometric project. Table 9-2 shows the classification of complexity.
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scanner, the data collected are matched to a local database on the store workstation containing the records of that store s customers. If the fingerprint is not in the store s local database, the computer searches the main Kroger database off-site. If the customer is found in the main database, the individual is identified and the local database then receives the customer s record for future transactions. Kroger was initially concerned that their senior citizen customer base might express concerns over the program but found that this group was the most enthusiastic about the biometrics system. The seniors are highly motivated with regard to fraud and security and welcomed the fingerprint scanners. Kroger did discover that seniors tend to have drier hands than younger people, which at first hampered getting a good read on the scanner. Kroger made adjustments and now the system operates well for this customer group.
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