Security and Biometric Sector Overheats with Information Explosion

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As the Security and Biometric field mushrooms in the Global Knowledge Economy, protecting information and services from unauthorized intruders, malicious changes, or outright information destruction become areas of great interest. Biometrics sets out to prove the authenticity of handlers with biological identification processes, and digital security keeps the bad guys out -- two hot topics in today's world.

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