identity verification

identity verification
asmens tapatybės patikra statusas Aprobuotas sritis informacija, informacinės technologijos ir informacinė visuomenė apibrėžtis Palyginimas, ar asmens pateikti biometriniai arba kiti asmens duomenys atitinka saugomus to asmens duomenis. atitikmenys: angl. identity verification šaltinis ICAO, Doc9303, sixth Edition – 2005

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