Fingerprint recognition is a popular security feature. Most fingerprint scanning systems verify a person's identity to ensure they have permission to access a secure area. Since time theft can cost the company a large amount of money, using a fingerprint security system to track employee can prevent another coworker from clocking someone in or out. This results in more accurate time logs and fewer mistakes.
Most other security systems have a higher risk of breaches caused by employee error. Someone can take advantage of a badge carelessly left behind to access a forbidden area, or a skilled worker may be locked out of his work area if he left his work badge at home. Fingerprint-based systems provide additional security, since criminals can't easily fake a fingerprint, fingerprints can't get misplaced and employees can't forget to bring their fingerprint to work. Fingerprint technology has the ability to enroll multiple fingers. Fingerprint-based systems provide additional security, since criminals can't easily fake a fingerprint, fingerprints can't get misplaced. Fingerprint recognition is a widely accepted biometric modality and is excellent for background checks. It has found numerous applications in the areas of law enforcement and government forensics.