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A Survey On Biometric Security Technologies From Cloud Computing Perspective

  title={A Survey On Biometric Security Technologies From Cloud Computing Perspective},
  author={Shivashish Ratnam and Mimzee Gupta and Ajay Shanker Singh and Karupagouder Thirunavukkarasu},
  journal={International Journal of Scientific \& Technology Research},
Cloud computing is one of the rising technologies, that takes set of connections users to the next level. Cloud is a technology where resources are paid as per usage rather than owned. One of the major challenges in this technology is Security. Biometric systems provide the answer to ensure that the rendered services are accessed only by a legal user or an authorized user and no one else. Biometric systems recognize users based on behavioral or physiological characteristics. The advantages of… Expand

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