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Positive identification system

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A positive identification system is

designed to ensure that an individual’s biometric is enrolled in the database. The anticipated result of a search is a match. A typical positive identification system controls access to a secure building or secure computer by checking anyone who seeks access against a database of enrolled employees. The goal is to determine whether a person seeking access can be identified as having been enrolled in the system.[1]

References Edit

  1. Information Security: Challenges in Using Biometrics, at 5.

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