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Biometics International is a global biometric security company. It specializes in providing biometric verification systems and related services to corporations, governments, public agencies and other employers who require biometric verification of individuals for security purposes. It also provides specialized knowledge to the biometric verification industry. Their core business is focused on the development and implementation of biometric verification systems.

Biometrics are collections of identifying information that can be used to match an individual with their identifying particulars. Originally this type of identification was developed as a way to match a person with their baggage at a port or airline check in. Today bioethics is being used to match the characteristics of a criminal, employee or visitor to identify them when they attempt to enter controlled areas. These systems have several advantages over traditional identification methods and are being applied more by law enforcement and private organizations.

The advantages of bioethics over other forms of identification is that it is almost 100% foolproof. A person’s finger prints, iris patterns, hand motion and facial expressions are all unique and cannot be copied. Unlike pass fraud where if you think you’re somebody else they can walk right by you and catch you in the act, bioethics is 100% foolproof. There are no physical signs of a person providing fake information, so criminals can spend years and never be caught because nobody has that information. Plus there is always new technology that improves on the reliability of bioethics, such as iris recognition.

In order to implement a biometric verification system, a company would need to collect and maintain data on a large scale. With this information they could build a database of individuals and their characteristics. Then they would need to configure a security and fraud management system to match the biometrics in the database to potential criminals. Finally, a set of software would need to be designed that would run consistently and reliably on the database. All of these tasks would take significant resources and management time.

Biometics International was formed in the early nineties in the United Kingdom. At the time there was a great deal of security concern due to the availability of biological weapons and biological agents in the country. Originally bioethics was developed to help with access control at security checkpoints. When the goal was to implement the biometric verification process, biometrics were developed to work for the complete security and access control process. Biometics International quickly became one of the most popular software packages in the world. Today it is used in over forty countries around the world and has continued to gain popularity due to its reliability and security.

It is a requirement by the United Kingdom’s government that all employees be fingerprinted before gaining access to buildings and other secure areas. Using a biometric verification system to approve or reject security clearances for employees has proved to be invaluable as well as efficient. A biometric verification system can include fingerprinting, voice recognition, iris recognition, facial recognition, and retinal scans.

A bioethics company in Britain called VeriSign has been credited as being the developer of the biometric verification system that is now commonly used all over the world. The bioethics, international team includes several high caliber executives from throughout the world. They have a long standing history of creating cutting edge technology for biometric security and access control. As technology changes so does the bioethics International team and their ability to adapt.

Each biometric verification system is designed to protect the most sensitive data. With firewalls running on top of the core server and encrypted user information stored on secure offline servers, even the top security officials are able to read the most secure data. Even if a server is compromised, it is very unlikely that the security breached would allow a virus to compromise a login or password. In fact the biometric verification system’s success is so assured that it requires no backup of any of the users information. That is more than can be said for traditional authentication methods such as passwords and credit cards. In the end it is the reliability and security of the biometric verification system that is the number one priority.