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Abstract

HUMAN ORGANS AS INFORMATION SECURITY TOOLS: A BRIEF REVIEW ON BIOMETRICS

Khalid Mohammed Osman Saeed* and Abdelhamed Mhmod Ali Elhassan

ABSTRACT

The fact that the majority of human activities and data are now computerized and that most of them—if not all—of them take place over an unsecure public network, as well as the fact that these digitalized forms of data could be attacked by network breakers, disclosed by strangers, or even forgotten or lost, only serves to increase the need for security precautions and measures. Additionally, it demonstrates the critical necessity for strong, trustworthy identity and verification mechanisms. In light of this, the idea of using human organs as security tools has emerged. However, due to their uniqueness and sensitivity, human organs play a huge role in identifying and confirming persons. However, despite everything mentioned and the delicate nature of the procedure, the success of biometrics techniques depends on a variety of factors, including workforce acceptance, the level of security required, the budget, and how easily these distinctive features can be converted into digital form for evaluation. In this article, the researcher tries to provide a summary of several biometric traits and how they work.

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