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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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With the new Touch ID features, Apple iPhone and iPad users can double down on their phone security as other people will need at least two unique biometric signatures to access their devices.
This is why when a customer goes to a branch or meets one of the bank's sales force personnel, they will have tablets where the customer signs on to, or when you visit the branch, a special tablet that captures biometric signatures is provided to authenticate the transaction.
"Placing millions of people's biometric signatures into a central repository -- just as it is often done with passwords -- is an extraordinarily risky policy because unlike passwords, biometric data cannot be changed."
For example, common access cards (CACs) are configured to store biometric signatures, making biometric applications of CACs possible.
The LG Knock Code feature isn't as susceptible to biometric signatures like fingerprint scanners and offers over 80,000 possible pattern combinations.
BAGUIO CITY -- The Commission on Elections (Comelec) is implementing reforms in preparation for the 2016 presidential elections by requiring 9.6 million registered voters to return for new registration and to affix their biometric signatures and data information.
Identity confirmation supported by biometric signatures, operated from a cloud-based platform, now enable health care providers to immediately verify the identity of the patient under treatment.
Accenture said that it will help implement a management framework and technology system to provide services, including registration and filing of applications, by building an online portal and creating a database to provide financial inclusion to unorganised workers using biometric signatures.
iSign is a versatile and powerful software developer's kit for implementing applications using electronic ink, electronic signatures, biometric signatures and basic cryptography.