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  1. Creepy-Crawlies Aid Biometric Forensics

    ... human body can be used to identify individuals, much like fingerprints and other biometric data. The discovery could lead to a new form ... and that a large fraction of a person’s microbial fingerprints remained stable over a one-year sampling period. The codes ...

  2. More Than 21 Million Workers Affected by Breaches of OPM Networks

    ... investigators and approximately 1.1 million include fingerprints, OPM reported. Usernames and passwords that background ...

  3. Texas Expands Fingerprint-Based Background Checks

    ... Acquisition and Contracting Tags:  fingerprints biometrics Contract Awards ...

  4. Forget Fingerprints, Officials Can Track You All Kinds of Ways

    ... Biometric identification moved past fingerprints long ago, and the range of modalities is helping the keepers of ...

  5. Asia-Pacific: Fastest Growing Biometrics Market Worldwide

    ... Authority of India ( UIDAI ), which is based on fingerprints and iris scans. Japan, Australia, South Korea and Indonesia are ...

  6. MorphoTrust to Support TSA Biometrics

    ... checks include the capture of biometric (facial pictures and fingerprints) and biographic data to ensure that individuals seeking access to ... biometrics facial recognition fingerprints HTAP MorphoTrust Transportation ...

  7. Biometrics Technology Continues to Grow

    ... devices. For its part, DHS can now process ten fingerprints as quickly as it once processed two, says Robert Mocny, who ... 25 th , offering improved accuracy and speed for matching fingerprints. The FBI is also building a biotechnology center in West ...

  8. U.S. Defense Department Expands Biometrics Technologies, Information Sharing

    ... Fingerprint Identification System, which includes not only fingerprints but also corresponding criminal histories; mug shots; scar and ... hair and eye color; and aliases. The system also includes fingerprints, mostly of individuals who have served or are serving in the ...

  9. Eyeing Next-Generation Biometrics

    ... is the largest biometric database in the world, housing the fingerprints and criminal histories for more than 70 million subjects in the ... according to the FBI website. The database includes the fingerprints from 73,000 known and suspected terrorists processed by the United ...

  10. Organizations Collaborate To Capture and Share Adversaries' Identity Traits

    ...   A U.S. Army staff sergeant fingerprints an Iraqi policeman prior to entering his information into a ... in the police station. Biometrics information such as fingerprints allows U.S. forces to positively identify people through unique ...

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