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Signature Dynamics

A form of electronic signatures which involves the biometric recording of the pen dynamics used in signing the document. When used as a biometric, the use of the pattern and speed of a person writing their signature to establish identity or provide authentication.


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Any technique designed to provide the electronic equivalent of a handwritten signature to demonstrate the origin and integrity of specific data. Digital signatures are an example of electronic signatures. See digital signature.
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Characteristics of any person that can be used to identify or authenticate the person. Physiological biometric methods include fingerprints, face scans, retina scans, iris scans, palm scans, hand geometry, and voice patterns. Behavioral biometric methods include signature dynamics and keystroke patterns.
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An example of a biometric factor, which is a behavioral or physiological characteristic that is unique to a subject. The heart/pulse pattern of a person is used to establish identity or provide authentication.
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An example of a biometric factor, which is a behavioral or physiological characteristic that is unique to a subject. The pattern and speed of a person typing a passphrase is used to establish identity or provide authentication.
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