The term “biometrics” generally relates to technologies used to identify a person based on her unique biological characteristics. Perhaps the most well-known use of biometric technology is a fingerprint scan, where a person identifies herself by placing a finger on a device that scans her fingerprint. That information is processed and stored in a database and when the person wishes to identify herself in the future, her fingerprint is again scanned and that information is compared to the initially-captured data. If there is a match, the person is authentically identified. More exotic biometric technologies include facial and ocular (i.e., iris or retina) scans wherein those immutable geometries are processed to perform the same authentication.