Examining the Identification Systems (Biometric) Applicable In Banks Using Infrastructures of Electronic Banking (The Case of Mahabad Melat Bank Branches)
Anvar Tokmechi, Mehran Molavi
Abstract: The goal of the present study is to examine the identification systems (biometric) applicable in banks using infrastructures of electronic banking. So, the study is applied. The data is gathered by means of researcher-developed questionnaire. Therefore, the study is that of descriptive and survey-based. The statistical population comprises of public and private banks’ clients chosen using simple random sampling method. 262 questionnaires were analyzed. To study the hypotheses, descriptive statistics, Friedman and binomial test were used. The results showed that none of the physiologic biometrics, behavioral and chemical sets was appropriate for electronic banking. The first five prior methods were reported by participants as pal scanning, fingerprint, DNA, iris print, and retinal imaging. In addition, twenty-sixth to thirtieth prior methods were found to be face mobility, physical form of fist and 3D fingerprint, odor sensing, face mobility, and face form.