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Biometric-Based Authentication for Cyberworld Security: Challenges and Opportunities
by M.L. Gavrilova
Dr. M.L. Gavrilova, Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Calgary examines the ever evolving field of biometric security. New vulnerabilities are discovered daily alongside new methodologies to combat them, however the most pressing concern is the relationship between online user identities and their identity in the real world. New research is being conducted everyday in this field, but many questions remain unanswered.


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