The Rise of Behavioral Biometrics
Enterprises often balk at the cost, constraints, and fickle performance of more traditional biometric technologies such as fingerprint, face, and iris scanners.
Because of this, so called behavioral biometrics including keystroke, mouse pattern, and voice analysis, in addition to such soft authentication methods as challenge/response questions have become more popular. Network Security - The Rise of Behavioral Biometrics
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