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Ten myths and misconceptions about using biometrics in any access control system.

Biometrics-At Walt Disney World biometric measurements are taken from the fingers of guests to ensure that the person's ticket is used by the same person from day to day

If you are planning to upgrade your access control system or put in an entirely new system, there are many reasons to consider biometrics as the solution of choice. Biometrics are more accurate, they save money and they are easy to use.

It’s no surprise that more organizations are using biometrics at the front end.

However, there are several myths and misconceptions in general that are holding some back. Here are the 10 most common (Read more here):

Our company doesn’t need more protection.

Nobody uses biometrics.

Biometrics are useful only for high security applications.

Keys and cards are more efficient.

The police can check me out.

Biometrics is an invasion of privacy.

Biometrics spread germs.

Biometrics is hard to install.

Biometrics won’t handle large populations.

One biometric fits all.