2A - Stakeholder Analysis (Finger Biometrics) (Elderly (How Affected…
2A - Stakeholder Analysis (Finger Biometrics)
Better accuracy when taking biometric data due to changes to their bodies due to the ageing process.
Less strenuous and less burden using finger vein scanners
More accurate reading first time round due to the accuracy of hand/vein patterns
More security with finger vein biometics because of vein pattern reliability and uniqueness
Could mean more travel for the elderly due to this biometric needing to be captured again
Could be seen as intrusive
Security in schools by identifying students accurately by members of staff
Ease of use to not affect studies and easy to implement and understand by teachers
Less worry for parents
Teachers can worry less about this aspect of their role which could make teaching better
Potential breaches could affect dependants for the rest of their lives if data is exposed
Teachers should cover this as part of their job?
Do they have the knowledge or competency to opt in to such as scheme?
More accurate data if crimes were committed to help with cases
Could be argued to be less intrusive and less time consuming
Could be seen as discriminating against minorities due to the relation of finger biometrics and law enforcement
Aswell as all other users, better security, more accurate scans, ease of use and convenient system
Would need to be non intrusive and selective when implementing and processing this task
Less intrusive way of capturing the data due to religious beliefs
More accurate scans first time round
If this is implemented fully, this could exclude religious groups if the technology isn't adapted to their needs
Could cause serious offense if this policy is implemented by law