Biometric Authentication Exemptions Using Pattern Exceptions

System processing may include: obtaining biometric authentication data from a biometric reader, analyzing the biometric authentication data, identifying from the biometric authentication data that the biometric authentication data contains a biometric pattern exception, responding to identification of the biometric pattern exception, and performing specialized exemption processing including determining a set of alias authentication credentials to be associated with the individual and/or suppressing any security alarms. The biometric pattern exception may be used for multiple exempt individuals

Publication Date
25 April 2012

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