Definitions for "Behavioral Biometric"
Not a physical characteristic. Behavioral biometrics are traits that are learned or acquired over time as differentiated from physical characteristics. Some examples are: Voice Authentication, Signature Recognition or Keystroke Recognition.
a measurable behavior trait that is acquired over time (versus a physiological characteristic or physical trait) that is used to recognize or verify the identity of a person
a unique trait that can be used to verify a person's identity