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A Survey On Network Security In Biometrics

  title={A Survey On Network Security In Biometrics},
  author={nbspD.Sathiya Priya and nbspDr.S.Manju Priya},
  journal={International Journal of Engineering Development and Research},
-In this present era, system and network technology is considered as a key tool for a wide variety of applications. Network security affects many organizations, and it becomes one of the major tasks. Biometric is one of the most secure and suitable authentication tools. By using biometrics in a correct way, many problems can be solved by using user identification and passwords. This paper analyses the security related issues, security threats and challenges in biometrics. Keywords--Network… 

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