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biometric signature

An authentication method that uses the dynamics of a person's handwritten signature. The pen pressure and duration of the signing process, which is done with a stylus on a touchscreen or digital-based pen tablet, is recorded as an algorithm that is compared against future signatures. See biometrics and keyboard biometrics.
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Each biometric technology has its advantages and disadvantages regarding how it can be employed in a modern enterprise computer system and we look forward to working with CIC on the current and potential new applications for biometric signatures.
The broad, but unique features of its product will allow us to address an equally broad set of automation issues ranging from management approval of documents, with secure biometric signatures, to marking up collaborative documents electronically," stated Mr.
Under the terms of the agreement SQN will incorporate CIC's biometric and electronic signature products into SQN's teller and new account opening applications thereby enabling real-time verification of biometric signatures and the binding of signatures to the content of the documents with CIC's patented, tamper-resistant technology.
SiVault Systems stores and retrieves biometric signatures for verification at the point of sale or completion of the transaction.
The design of CIC's signature technology is highly flexible and portable enabling it to be easily deployed on most current enterprise systems while allowing secure, legally binding biometric signatures for even the highest value transactions.
BAT uses three forms of identification and recognition technology-- fingerprinting, iris recognition, and Viisage's face recognition products to build electronic dossiers tied to biometric signatures.
The applications enable real time signature capture, verification, and binding of handwritten biometric signatures within various document environments and are currently available in English and Chinese.
With WWNotary's DigaSign electronic notarization product, users in industries such as real estate, government, law, insurance, title, and banking can add their unique biometric signatures to documents and processes transacted with DigaSign's digital signature and encryption technology.
In addition to Jot, CIC's broad range of product offerings for Palm's devices include: WordComplete(R) -- text entry utility, QuickNotes(TM) -- electronic note-taking solution, InkSnap(TM) -- dynamic ink scaling for handwritten notes on small form factor devices, Sign-On(TM) -- the first security utility for Palm handhelds that utilizes biometric signature verification to help protect the user's data from tampering and theft, and InkTools(R) for Palm, a software development kit (SDK) that enables the implementation of biometric signatures for electronic workflow, security and e-Sign compliant applications.
The technology is already being used by major companies, including banks, for creating biometric signatures using Wacom graphics tablets and Tablet PCs.
Communication Intelligence Corporation -- (Nasdaq: CICI) ("CIC"), the leader in biometric signature verification and natural input solutions, announced today the result of a study, conducted by Marc Gaudreau a forensic expert and Manager for the Forensic Sciences Division, Laboratory and Scientific Services Directorate of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, which distinguishes the advantages of handwritten biometric signatures over digital signatures in electronic document processes.