"Smartphones That Can Automatically Identify Users - DHS research into continuous authentication will take security to whole new level." by Vincent Sritapan.
Republished with permission from SHERIFF & DEPUTY, November/ December 2016
Most law enforcement officers already carry a department-issued mobile phone, and with the right enterprise security, these devices can provide significant operational benefits to individual officers, as well as their agencies. Smartphones now include a rich set of features, with numerous sensors to support logistics, coordination, and real-time access to sensitive information, as well as to enable data collection.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is conducting applied research and development (R&D) on continuous authentication to strengthen security. Through the R&D of continuous authentication, law enforcement officers soon will have new technology to ensure greater mission security and provide reliable access without hindering the overall mobile experience.
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