In a biometrics role, you’ll help create technology that recognises end-users via biometric identifiers (unique physical or behavioural characteristics such as DNA, the face, fingerprints, hand geometry, irises, veins, voice, handwriting, and typing rhythm). With cybersecurity being a pressing issue for any modern business, you’ll also be joining an area with potential for huge growth.
New biometric technologies are constantly being invented for a range of public and commercial purposes. This means biometrics jobs can vary widely in scope, and your responsibilities will depend on the organisation you work for. In this burgeoning field, the opportunities for innovation and professional development are endless.
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