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Thank You letter

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Thank You letter ATRN 151

Brittany Kaul


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Foundations of Athletic Training
Professor Carrell
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Date Created: 08/05/16
Bailey 1 Teddy Bailey Ms. Pedro English 101 October 15, 2014 Access Granted Biometric devices authenticate a person’s identity by verifying unique personal  characteristics. These devices translate a biometric identifier, such as a fingerprint, into a digital  code that is compared with a digital code stored in a computer. If the digital code in the computer matches the personal characteristics code, the computer grants access. Examples of biometric  devices include fingerprint readers and face recognition systems. A fingerprint reader, or scanner, captures curves and indentations of a fingerprint.  Organizations use fingerprint readers to secure doors, computers, and software. For example, a  fingerprint reader can be set up to authenticate users before they can access a computer (Rossi).  External fingerprint readers usually plug into a USB port. To save on desk space, some laptops  include built­in fingerprint readers. A face recognition system captures a live face image and compares it with a stored image to determine if the person is a legitimate user. Some buildings use face recognition systems to  secure access to rooms. Law enforcement, surveillance systems, and airports use face recognition systems to protect the public. Some mobile devices use face recognition systems to unlock the  1 Nadeer and White state that fingerprint readers can perform different functions for different  fingers; for example, one finger runs a program and another finger shuts down the computer (62­ 63). Bailey 2 device. Face recognition systems are becoming more sophisticated and can recognize people  with or without glasses, hats, facial hair, makeup, or jewelry, and with new hairstyles  (Allensmith). Home and business users alike are using biometric security. Through a biometric  identifier, such as a fingerprint, biometric devices can deny or grant access to programs, devices,  computers, rooms, and other locations. Biometric devices are an effective security technology. Bailey 3 Works Cited Allensmith, Samantha Clare. Understanding Face Recognition Systems. n.d. Course Technology. Web. 16 Sept. 2­14. Nadeer, Aisha Sati and Jonathon Richard White. Biometric Security. Chicago: Windy City Press, 2014. Print. Rossi, Marcell Enrico. "How to Use Fingerprint Readers." Digital Security Review Aug. 2014: n. pag. Web. 3 Oct. 2014. Alexander Lee Samaras 540 Cedar Road, Branch Center, WA 98472 • Phone: (873) 555-3928 • Email: June 10, 2016 Ms. Lucy Song Washington Volunteer Foundation 10 Hickory Avenue Midway, WA 98476 Dear Ms. Song: Thank you for meeting with me this morning to discuss the mentoring position available at Washington Volunteer Foundation. I truly enjoyed our conversation and am excited about the possibility of volunteering with your Branch Center team. The table below outlines my volunteer service background: Volunteer Service Background Organization Primary Responsibility Term of Service Branch Center School District Tutor 6 years Newton County Youth Groups Teen Leader 3 years Trenton Park District Special Events Vocalist 2 years Skylar Athletic Club Basketball Coach 4 years As you requested, below is my availability by day:  Mondays – 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.  Tuesdays and Thursdays – 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Saturdays – 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. As a mentor for Washington Volunteer Foundation, I also would be available by phone anytime, day or night. Please contact me if you need additional information. I look forward to hear from you regarding this opportunity. Sincerely, Alexander Samaras


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