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How to secure fingerprint data?

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#1 SmartestVEGA


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Posted 19 January 2018 - 12:59 AM

Our apartment association is planning to implement, biometrics gate passes (fingerprint turnstile) for all residents. But residents are bothered about the data privacy of the fingerprints that are stored in databases. This data resides in association harddisks, which is intended to access by some contract employees working in our apartment.

How I can make sure, data is secure and not misused/sold?

I found something here, can someone explain how?

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