Biometric Identification: Comparative Analysis of Current Methods

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Grigoryan Grigor*
Faculty of Finance, Armenian State University of Economics, Yerevan, Armenia.


As the world transforms and becomes more digital, the number of passwords people manage also increases, thus making them difficult to store and manage. Financial institutions should take steps to implement relatively safe, secure, and easy-to-use biometric authentication technologies. One such technology is biometrics, which is the measurement and statistical analysis of unique physical and behavioral characteristics of people. For those financial institutions that use digital banking services, the issue of security and efficiency is paramount. These issues make the implementation of biometric authentication technologies critical for institutions to satisfy their customers' secure and convenient use of digital services, at the same time trying to differentiate and stay ahead of competing companies.


Biometric identification, banks, digital banking, latest technologies.

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