$25

Credit Hours: 1

Basic Biometrics in Electronic Access Control

Since the inception of electronic access control systems (EAS), systems have used “something you know or something your carry with you” as a credentials of identity. Both of these methods are subject to compromise through sharing, loss or theft …and neither can assure with 100% confidence, authentication of a person’s  identify.
Biometrics, on the other hand, make use of a unique biological attribute which can not be shared, lost or stolen. This and other factors addressed in this course are, increasingly, making biometrics the credential of choice for many EAS applications.
The Biometrics in Electronic Access Control course provides an overview of biometric technologies and their application – with a focus on matching biometrics with client needs. It is intended to provide system designers, installers, and sales personnel a deeper understanding of biometric technologies; their advantages and limitations,  and how they can be best utilized.

 

Product Description / Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the learner will be able to:

 

  1. Define biometric electronic access control and its standards
  2. Differentiate between different types of biometric sensors available
  3. Understand the advantages and limitation of each biometric modality
  4. Comprehend the process of matching a customer application with the correct biometric technology
  5. Anticipate the future role of biometric in access control

 

Credit Hours: 1

 

Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Tennessee QA, Texas