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Topic 11: Data security and integrity processes

Fingerprint recognition 1)person’s fingerprints originally captured, digitised and stored 2) on attempted entry, person’s fingerprints captured and digitised 3) Digitised images compared 4) entry allowed if successful.
Disaster planning 1) vital to organisation 2) All IT systems are liable to fail 3) You can't always avoid fires, floods, etc. 4) Backups should be made 5) Files should be archived off-site 6) There should be an alternative system 7) back-up power supply 8) rebuild data.
Iris scanning is the process of capturing an image of the person's eye(s). Security could ensure that all staff member's iris scan is recorded in this way on a DB. On entry, the person's iris image will be captured, digitised, & compared with the DB.
Face recognition (football ground) could be used for instance by the police at football grounds to check for known trouble-makers, by comparing current images with stored images There could be a concern over the lack of privacy if innocent people’s facial images are stored by the police.
Voiceprint recognition (example) could be access to a room / building by speaking person’s name (or a standard word) at the door. The person’s voice needs to have been recorded previously and) it needs to be compared / matched (with original).
Created by: mcounsell
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