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Biometric Authentication, FAR and FRR, Physiological & Behavioral Biometric Techniques
 
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User Authentication Biometric Authentication, FAR and FRR, Physiological & Behavioral Biometric Techniques Keywords: Biometric Authentication False Accept Rate(FAR) False Reject Rate(FRR) Physiological Biometric Behavioral Biometric Technique network security notes
AES Based Biometric Authentication using Cryptographic  with Fingerprint and Finger Knuckle
 
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Identification and verification are done by passwords, pin number, etc., which are easily cracked by others. In order to, overcome this issue biometrics is a unique tool to authenticate an individual person. Biometric is a quantity which consists of an individual physical characteristics of Fingerprint, Finger Knuckle Print (FKP), Iris, Face and so on. These characteristics are not easily cracked by others. Nevertheless, unimodal biometric suffers due to noise, intra class variations, spoof attacks, non-universality and some other attacks. In order to avoid these attacks, the multimodal biometrics i.e. a combination of more modalities is adapted. They are combined with cryptography, which will give more security for physical characters of biometrics. Bio-crypto system provides the authentication as well as the confidentiality of the data. This paper proposes to improve the security of multimodal systems by generating the biometric key from Fingerprint and FKP biometrics with its feature extraction using K-Means algorithm. The secret value is encrypted with biometric key using Symmetric Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Algorithm. This paper also discusses about the integration of Fingerprint and FKP using package model cryptographic level fusion in order to improve the overall performance of the system. The encryption process will give more authentication and security for the system. The Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) function protects the biometric data from malicious tampering, and also it provides error checking functionality.
Biometric Authentication Chapter II Your Security. More Simple.
 
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More devices capable of Biometric Authentication with more use scenes.
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Biometric authentication to replace PIN and passwords 

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What better way to ensure security, than using parts of your body as the key. The market for technology that relies on recognizing parts of the human body to grant access is growing. Kim Min-ji informs us of the potential of this industry. You may have seen high-tech tools that scan your eyes or fingerprints in the movies - but the technology, known as biometric authentication, is gradually becoming a part of our daily lives. This company uses facial recognition to identify workers, allow them into the building, and track their attendance. It only takes a second to verify and match the person′s face with the stored data. Not only is it convenient but it′s more secure,... as people′s unique facial features are almost impossible to replicate. But it′s not just businesses using the tech,... apartment complexes are adopting the system. ″Entering your home is going to get a lot easier. You′ll no longer need keys or even need to press in a pass-code. This facial recognition system not only makes your house more secure,.. it′s also completely hassle-free.″ Biometric authentication is gaining popularity as a new means of identification, replacing the predominant system of numerical or text passwords. The global market is expected to reach 16-point-7 billion U.S. dollars by 2019,... more than a three-fold increase since 2012. The growth comes on the back of the rise of fintech or financial technology that requires a high level of security as it becomes easier to make payments. Technology that can read you eyes has also been developed. ″With iris recognition, users can worry less about their identity being falsely used. Iris is very unique, and even twins have different iris characteristics.″ In just a blink of an eye, a transaction can be made simply by looking into a device. A local card company is planning to implement this system to make transactions easier. But like all other previous methods of identification, biometric security features come with risks. ″Strong measures need to be taken to prevent biometric data leaks. If it′s being stored it means it can be leaked. Passwords can be reset, and cards can be reissued if lost but biometric features cannot be changed.″ There are also doubts whether the new authentication systems will become widely used,.. as some people may be uncomfortable having their biometric information saved on a database. Kim Min-ji, Arirang News.
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09 Biometric Authentication V1 HD 1
 
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Demoing some of our team's great work!!
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Two-Factor Authentication with Biometrics or Tokens | Philippe Janson
 
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This clip is part of the elementary course on Information, Computing & Communication (ICC) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. It explains how biometrics and hardware tokens and devices can be used to provide two-factor, two-channel, and two-way authentication.
Views: 207 Wandida, EPFL
What is IRIS? - The Future of Biometric Blockchain Payment Processing
 
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IRIS is a fintech payment processing company that implements biometric authentication and blockchain technologies to lay the foundations of the world's next payment ecosystem. Incorporating finger vein authentication and irisWallet, users can unite all their payment methods including credit cards, bank accounts, crypto-currency wallets and more into one universal solution accessed solely by an individual and their biometric data. Easiest. Safest. Cheapest. Fastest. Crypto-Ready. Learn more on https://irispay.io
Biometric Crypto System
 
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Token and Biometric Authentication (ITS335, L08, Y15)
 
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Concepts of token-based and biometric authentication; false positives, false negatives in authentication. Course material via: http://sandilands.info/sgordon/teaching
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WSO2Con EU 2015 : Enabling Biometric Template Protection and Multi-factor Authentication
 
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http://eu15.wso2con.com/ Juan Caubet, IT Security Researcher at Barcelona Digital Technology Centre., presented his speech on "Enabling Biometric Template Protection and Multi-factor Authentication through Mobile Devices" at WSO2Con Europe 2015 on 03rd of June in London.
Views: 240 WSO2TechFlicks
Knomi - Mobile Biometric Authentication Framework
 
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www.aware.com/knomi/ Use biometrics to secure login to your mobile apps and corporate assets without passwords. Knomi uses high-performance face, voice, and keystroke analysis algorithms, plus liveness detection to keep fraudsters out. Use a server-centric architecture or deploy FIDO Certified UAF components.
Biometric Authentication
 
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Crossmatch provides advanced strong authentication and biometric access control systems for solving their complex identity on issues in banks, retailer and other commercial institutes. Contact them to know more. http://www.crossmatch.com/
Views: 710 Cross Match
Biometric Authentication
 
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team members: Jamal, Todd, Joe, Salam, Rene'
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Biometric Authentication - Thales
 
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Manuela Wüst, Daniel Höllrigl, Ludwig Eisgruber
BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION FOR A SECURE WORLD
 
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ComBiom, Communication Biometrics: Multimodal, simultaneous biometric authentication with random challenge response (one time password). Be sure it is you. BIOMETRY.com AG
Views: 5083 Biometry AG
GlobalLogic Proof-of-Concept: Biometric Authentication
 
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Imagine being able to make a purchase or enter a secured workspace without needing a credit card or identity card. In this proof-of-concept, we utilize Microsoft Cognitive Services to explore the use cases for biometrics authentication. This solution — which was developed by Manish Jaswal over a period of 12 weeks — was a winning proof-of-concept in GlobalLogic’s 2016 Global POC Challenge.
Views: 298 GlobalLogic
Password-less Authentication Demo
 
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In this Demo we show how easy and secure is for you to provide your customers with password-less registration and authentication. Cryptographic Authentication in your pocket Experience the most secure password-less authentication to open the doors of your digital universe. SixToken brings seamless and secure login experience with Certified Identities. Password-less secure authentication Allow your customers to access your digital services using mobile phone as a secure token to authenticate with certified identity and biometrics. Certified Digital identity to validate transactions SixToken uses crypto-challenge with push notifications to validate custom transactions replacing hardware tokens and SMS. Simple, secure and scalable Integrate SixToken to any web and cloud app or access to desktop. It provides the most secure and seamless login experience scaling to any number of users. Your key never leaves your device Avoid any risk of compromising your key. With SixToken, the authentication private key never leaves your phone and is protected with the highest security standards such as biometrics and Hardware token.
Views: 10 Sixscape Team
Biometric Authentication: More Security, Less Friction
 
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Passwords are not only inconvenient for customers; they are also too weak to protect sensitive information. Using SMS for authentication has also been declared unsafe due to its vulnerabilities, and has caused millions in losses. In this video, you will learn about Biometrics, a flexible authentication measure that provides increased security while reducing consumer friction for online and mobile banking. Download Our Free White Paper about Biometric Authentication: https://www.easysol.net/images/stories/downloads/en_DS_Biometrics
IDC and RSA discuss the future of biometrics for authentication
 
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IDC Associate VP and Head of IT Security Research Simon Piff and RSA’s APJ Technology Consultant Director Jeffrey Kok examine how the rise of biometrics will affect authentication in the future, and what businesses need to be aware of.
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Case from CryptoLabs - Hardware Wallet with Biometric Authentication
 
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CryptoLabs Announces Bitcoin Hardware Wallet with Biometric Authentication Stealth bitcoin startup CryptoLabs stepped into the public eye this week, announcing it will seek to market Case, a pocket-sized, multi-signature bitcoin hardware wallet, in 2015. The device, which measures around 86mm by 54mm, will enable users to buy and sell, as well as send and receive, bitcoin. CryptoLabs boasts that, in addition to its compact size, Case will provide the latest in security features, including biometric authentication. The difference is that this is an actual wallet. You can take it with you. Trezor has to be plugged into your computer for you to use it. This plugs into nothing. Key to CryptoLabs' hardware wallet will be its reliance on multi-signature technology. The device will provide users with three keys, each of which is stored in a different location and secured by a different layer of authentication, one of which will be fingerprint scanning. These precautions include distributing the three keys for each device, providing one to the end user, one to a server and the other to a cold-storage facility managed by a third party. If there's a hack on a server, [the attacker is] only ever going to have access to one key, You have to get into cold storage and steal the finger off somebody's body to get into their bitcoin. So the security of it is fairly robust." Users will be able to access the device using the fingerprint scanner and a camera embedded in each unit. The device's global system for mobile communications (GSM) SIM card will also enable it to be used in more than 60 countries worldwide, according to the company. Choosing the form factor One of the core goals of CryptoLabs' design process was to create a hardware wallet that provided consumers with the familiarity of traditional financial products. Even in 2014, when you think about payments, embedded in our minds is the idea of credit card. That shape is what we think of when we think of payments As such, it was important to the company that Case should be small enough to fit into a pocket or traditional wallet. She went on to suggest that CryptoLabs will seek to make future versions of its product as thin as a credit card too. Ultimately, Shapiro expressed her hope that this emphasis on usability and security will help set her company's offering apart from other hardware solutions, adding: "This is easy enough for you to use at a coffee shop. You can keep it in your back pocket, but it also has the kind of security [that users need], even more so than ease of use." Embracing bitcoin's market challenges CryptoLabs is also notable given Shapiro's history as an entrepreneur, having sold instant-messaging and social client startup Digsby to San Francisco-based social network Tagged for an undisclosed amount in 2011. It was following this successful exit and during her tenure studying with Microsoft for her PhD that Shapiro says she first learned about bitcoin on the company's online forums. Originally from a software background, Shapiro indicated that she began to focus on hardware when considering a venture in the bitcoin space due to her belief that the digital currency's users were underserved. The unique opportunity to provide bitcoin's enthusiastic early adopters with a product that could improve their lives, she suggested, was also a factor that, in turn, made her excited by the space. _______________________________________ For more information visit: http://choosecase.com/ _______________________________________ See also bitcoin smartcard ledger wallet nano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ss7xnFP9AM _______________________________________ Don't forget Subsribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOh4dka-cRhc0Yl8820mCxg _______________________________________ This video: http://youtu.be/_pgllLoSh0k
Views: 12601 Devices For Bitcoin
Android: Fingerprint Authentication
 
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www.it2051229.com Fingerprint Sensor, Authentication, FingerPrintManager, KeyguardManager, ContextCompat, KeyStore, KeyGenerator, Cipher, SecretKey, FingerprintManager.CryptoObject, CancellationSignal, FingerprintManager.AuthenticationCallback
Views: 6109 Silvyster Abing
VoiceVault and Enacomm Provide Voice Biometric Authentication
 
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VoiceVault and Enacomm provide voice biometric solutions for real-time customer authentication.
Views: 177 Enacomm
Bee | Biometric Payment Key Fob
 
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Bee is the smallest most secure biometric NFC payment solution that stores up to 20 different payment, loyalty, membership, transit, and access cards. Equipped with a secure encrypted data chip, Bee is the most convenient and safest alternative to carrying bulky wallets.
Entity Authentication and Symmetric Key Establishment - Bart Preneel
 
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Entity Authentication and Symmetric Key Establishment, by Bart Preneel Authentication methods are based on something known, owned, biometric, location or evidence of trusted third party authentication. + A password is a case of something known. Passwords are a vulnerable, but cheap and convenient way of authenticating an entity. Several techniques to augment their effectiveness are in use including challenge-response and one-time passwords. + Secure devices such as smart cards and USB tokens often combine the 'owned' with the 'known', since secret keys are locked in the token with a password or PIN code. However, within the broad category of secure tokens, trustworthiness is variable, depending on whether keys can be extracted, passwords can be eavesdropped or the device can be tampered with. + Biometry identifies a person via physical characteristics. + Location is often used as the sole authentication factor, but is insecure given the relative ease of spoofing IP or MAC addresses. + Multi-factor authentication is stronger than single-factor. + The Kerberos protocol uses a key distribution-based authentication server. Service consumers must authenticate with a central server to obtain a secret session key with service providers. Such schemes require a single sign-on to access servers across a trust domain. While public key cryptography is well suited to entity authentication, performance constraints often mandate a symmetric algorithm for encrypting data passed between systems. Key establishment should be linked to authentication, so that a party has assurances that a key is only shared with the authenticated party. The Diffie-Hellman key agreement protocol underlies a host of current technologies such as STS (Station-to-Station protocol) and IKE. Learning objectives Gain insight into + entity authentication protocols, + the benefits and limitations of authentication factors, + key establishment protocols, + why and how to use authentication servers. This lecture was delivered by Bart Preneel in Leuven on Tuesday February 11th at SecAppDev 2014. Professor Bart Preneel heads the COSIC (COmputer Security and Industrial Cryptography) research group at KU Leuven. His main research area is information security with a focus on cryptographic algorithms and protocols as well as their applications to both computer and network security, and mobile communications. He teaches cryptology, network security and coding theory at the KU Leuven and was visiting professor at the Ruhr Universitaet Bochum (Germany), the T.U.Graz (Austria), the University of Bergen (Norway), and the Universiteit Gent (Belgium). In '93-'94 he was a research fellow at the University of California at Berkeley. He has taught intensive courses around the world. He undertakes industrial consulting (Mastercard International, S.W.I.F.T., Proton World International,...), and participates in the work of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27/WG2. Professor Preneel is Vice President of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) and co-founder and chairman of LSEC vzw (Leuven Security Excellence Consortium).
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Biometric Authentication Your Security. More Simple.
 
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Have you ever had a problem with your password ? Biometric Authentication Your Security. More Simple.
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KCN BitCAD launches blockchain system for biometric identification
 
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Partner: Nexchange - https://nexchange.co.uk/ru/orders/buy_bitcoin/BTCRUB/ BitCAD platform introduces biometric identification system for enhanced security and authentication applications. This solution offers decentralized storage of sensitive data to ensure greater security and convenience. The device employs facial recognition techniques, classic fingerprint scans, iris scans and infrared analysis of veins pattern to identify the user. Info: Bitcoingarden - https://bitcoingarden.org Coinidol - https://coinidol.com/ To add subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCWN9FtDP3d-jfJu83pGARxw Do you like our video?
Views: 1397 KCN News
[Hindi] What is Biometrics ? | Biometrics Kya hota hai ? | Simple Explaination
 
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Hello Dosto !! Is video me main aap sabhi ko biometrics ke bare me bataunga ki yeh kya hota hai aur iska use kaha kaha ho raha hai aur kaise kaise ho raha hai. ye aapko aapki daily life me jarur dekhne ko milta hoga. aasha karta hoo ye video aapko pasand ayegi aur aapko kuchh naya janne ko jarur milega. Agar video achhi lage to like kare aur is channel ko subscribe kare. Subscribe to my channel for more videos like this and to support my efforts. Thanks and Love #TechnicalSagar LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For all updates : SUBSCRIBE Us on Technical Sagar : www.youtube.com/technicalsagarindia LIKE us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/technicalsagarindia Follow us on Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/iamasagar
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Digital Identity in the Era of Cloud Based Biometrics
 
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On December 6, 2017, FindBiometrics and Acuity Market Intelligence hosted "Digital Identity in the Era of Cloud-Based Biometrics" — an hour-long live webcast about the coming cloud-based authentication paradigm shift. The webinar begins with the latest market research and commentary from Acuity Market Intelligence, presented by principal researcher Maxine Most. Acuity's data-driven research set the stage for a panel discussion on cloud-based biometrics with expert guests: Peter O'Neill, President and Founder, FindBiometrics Rob Douglas, CEO, BioConnect David Harding, CTO, ImageWare Systems Maxine Most, Principal, Acuity Market Intelligence Watch this recording of "Digital Identity in the Era of Cloud-Based Biometrics" to learn: The latest market research from Acuity Market Intelligence What is driving the shift to cloud-based biometrics How advances in 5G technology can affect the future of cloud-based biometrics Common misconceptions about cloud-based biometrics and the facts about server-side authentication Cloud-based killer apps Much more To learn even more about biometrics, cloud technology, and the future of your digital identity, visit findbiometrics.com and our sister site mobileIDworld.com
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The Future of Biometric Smartphone Security Cases is Here!
 
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What is a Private, Secured, Local Storage Cloud? POMM (Privacy on My Mind™) is a mini-computer encased inside a durable, impact resistant cell phone case that performs biometric authentication as well as implements advanced encryption algorithms. Data is stored in a local, private, and very secure cloud versus Internet-based clouds that are favorite targets of ID theft, hacker attacks and other cyberspace criminal abuse. Who Needs a POMM? Hundreds of millions of computer-age, modern economy cell phone users worldwide who want to feel secure in accessing, managing, and updating their digital data files. When Will the POMM Be Available? POMM is ready to go to market now and is currently raising $10 million by selling shares via a Title IV, Reg. A+ Equity Crowdfunding Campaign to begin mass production and achieve market penetration. Investors that purchase shares can also receive one of POMM biometric security cases. To learn more, please visit http://pommoffering.com.
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Fingerprint Access Biometric Authentication System: DigInfo
 
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DigInfo- http://movie.diginfo.tv/ In the field of biometrics where a person is identified by his biological characteristics, research and development has progressed in fingerprint authentication. With many solutions distributed in the market now, price is getting only lower. Fingerprint Access from System Advance was designed to secure medical data on patients in the field of medical support system development. It has been commercialized, as many organizations praise its capability to allow important data in a PC to be managed in a different media. Fingerprint authentication is hard to counterfeit and decipher; it offers higher security than the password input method that is widely used today; and there would be many business applications based on it. Fingerprint Access is offered in flash memory and hard drive formats; the hard drive type retails for about 30,000 yen.
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Usable security - Biometric Authentication
 
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Usable Security - Biometric Authentication To get certificate subscribe at: https://www.coursera.org/learn/usable-security ================================== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jykFOD1AWbchUbJuthr2O_o5wbjF-Ud ================================== About this course: This course focuses on how to design and build secure systems with a human-centric focus. We will look at basic principles of human-computer interaction, and apply these insights to the design of secure systems with the goal of developing security measures that respect human performance and their goals within a system.
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PIN+F: Triple mobile biometric authentication
 
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PIN+F is revocable Triple mobile biometric authentication invented and patented by theVaulters. PIN+F's core technology is to compares user's face biometrics in encrypted form of data at cipher space created at client's server. Therefore there isn't any decryption done neither at client nor server side. The biggest risk of biometric authentication is due to its irrevocable nature. Because once revealed, your biometric data(fingerprint, face, iris etc) will no longer be unique & secure information to authenticate you. theVaulters' PIN+F, therefore, irreversibly encrypts your biometric data along with other unique mobile data, to give user a power to revoke one's biometric while provides best mobile UX(user experience) at maximum security. Patent is based on “Two-factor face authentication using matrix permutation transformation and a user password,” Information Sciences, 2014. IF:3.364.
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Attacks on Biometric Authentication at GeekPwn - Haibing Wang
 
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Abstract: Biometric authentication technologies are used for the machine identification of individuals. Examples include voice, handwriting, face, eye and fingerprint identification. Biometric authentication methods have been widely used to control financial transactions and access to secure areas. Therefore the security of such technologies is very important. In this speech, we look at some hack examples on these Biometric authentication technologies shown in previous GeekPwn events. Speaker: Haibing Wang Wang Haibing, Director of GeekPwn Lab. Graduated from Computer Science Department, Fudan University, he got his Master degree. After that, he joined Microsoft China and became an expert of Microsoft firewall product. He has many years of experiences in network security product development and testing. He left Microsoft in 2011 and became one of the founders of KEEN. He is now a technical expert in KEEN and Director of GeekPwn lab.
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Presentation on Biometrics
 
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Payment biometrics go beyond fingerprint scanners
 
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The latest wave of biometrics incorporate voice authentication, face recognition and other technologies to keep your payments secure.
Views: 1889 CreditCards.com
Authentication and Authorization for Internet of Things (IoT) Devices in Edge Environments
 
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Watch SEI Researcher, Grace Lewis, discuss "Authentication and Authorization for Internet of Things (IoT) Devices in Edge Environments".
SixToken
 
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Cryptographic Authentication in your pocket Experience the most secure password-less authentication to open the doors of your digital universe. SixToken brings seamless and secure login experience with Certified Identities. Password-less secure authentication Allow your customers to access your digital services using mobile phone as a secure token to authenticate with certified identity and biometrics. Certified Digital identity to validate transactions SixToken uses crypto-challenge with push notifications to validate custom transactions replacing hardware tokens and SMS. Simple, secure and scalable Integrate SixToken to any web and cloud app or access to desktop. It provides the most secure and seamless login experience scaling to any number of users. Your key never leaves your device Avoid any risk of compromising your key. With SixToken, the authentication private key never leaves your phone and is protected with the highest security standards such as biometrics and Hardware token.
Views: 10 Sixscape Team
Biometrics: Sexy, Secure and... Stupid
 
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Adam Englander, Chief Architect for MFA Products, iovation Biometric identification might be more secure than passwords, but it’s still vulnerable to hacking. Why not hold up a photograph of the phone owner to fool the new facial recognition system? In this presentation, Adam Englander will walk through the risks and dangers of leveraging biometrics for user authentication, and why we all should be thinking twice about it. Learning Objectives: 1: Learn why biometrics in devices aren’t the most secure yet. 2: Explore how to protect yourself. 3: Understand steps to authentication. https://www.rsaconference.com/videos/biometrics-sexy-secure-and-stupid
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Securing Digital Data using 256-bit Multimodal Biometrics based Cryptographic Key
 
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Securing Digital Data using 256-bit Multimodal Biometrics based Cryptographic Key To get this project in Online or through training sessions Contact: Chennai Office: JP INFOTECH, Old No.31, New No.86, 1st Floor, 1st Avenue, Ashok Pillar, Chennai – 83. Landmark: Next to Kotak Mahendra Bank / Bharath Scans. Landline: (044) - 43012642 / Mobile: (0)9952649690 Pondicherry Office: JP INFOTECH, #45, Kamaraj Salai, Thattanchavady, Puducherry – 9. Landline: (0413) - 4300535 / (0)9952649690 Email: [email protected], Website: http://www.jpinfotech.org, Blog: http://www.jpinfotech.blogspot.com In this digital era, digital documents are widely used. The merits of digital documents are huge while its security and privacy are at large. Hence Cryptography is used to secure digital documents. Cryptography is a method of storing and transmitting data in a particular form so that only those for whom it is intended can read and process it. In this paper a novel idea is proposed, digital documents are encrypted using 256 bit cryptographic key which is generated by multimodal biometric system. This system uses Palmprint and Fingerprint as traits. The features of both traits were extracted and fused at feature level. This biometric based cryptographic key is unpredictable to an intruder as the intruder lacks the knowledge of physical traits of the user. By this proposed model confidentiality, integrity, availability mechanisms are achieved. This biometric based cryptographic security can be integrated to e-governance and ehealth for efficient management.
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FinDEVr SF 2014 / Bionym
 
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Bionym demoed at FinDEVr San Francisco in 2014. Toronto-based Bionym is a team of experts in cryptography, biometrics and security. Our first product is the Nymi, a wearable device that enables the user to authenticate once via unique cardiac rhythm and securely and seamlessly assert Persistent Identity to any system. View full presenter profile and more Finovate demo videos at https://finovate.com/videos/findevr-2014-nymi/
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Dragonchain incubator BioCrypt implantable / wearable chip token sale review
 
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Subscribe, like, comment. Please open the description and check this out. :) BioCrypt Technologies is a Dragonchain Incubator and will start there pre-sale for Dragonchain holders soon. Active Dragonchain trader community on Telegram (Not owned by me, neither am I an admin there) https://t.me/dragontrader Telegram: https://www.t.me/BioCryptTech Let them know you watched this video and support them :) https://www.twitter.com/BioCryptTech https://www.biocrypt.tech Donations will be used to buy more Dragonchain and hopefully ever get a node by building DDSS. (Dragon Days of Slumber Score) After that, a trip to Dragonchain HQ in Seattle. A man can dream. :-) Bitcoin: 18ZhEuoqdbGRN6zixxxCyeB9RLG4ijSaQz Litecoin: LM2UZvvcRitz84fbtUdoDX88GrygqNasmk Ethereum and ERC20 tokens: 0xBb9523deA57d47cb6bE89658566880EC49FF9e10 Bitcoin cash: qq83ju3mes40r40863jt993wscxu7zcs3qk0kyuqfz Also follow me on Twitter, that would me much appreciated. I will make more review video's about other projects, ICO, initial coin offerings, token sales as well. Not only Dragonchain incubators, but also other blockchain projects who get me excited. http://www.twitter.com/hodldrgn My own subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Crypto_Dragon/ Imagine purchasing goods, transfering funds, verifying your identity, and even unlocking your front door with the wave of your hand! BioCrypt Technologies, Inc. is developing an implantable or wearable device utilizing RFID communication and biometric authentication for unparalleled convenience and security. BioCrypt aims to revolutionize payment processing, security, and identity verification through utilization of blockchain concepts and RFID. BioCrypt will allow users to literally keep their assets on hand at all times! PGP encryption combined with biometric authentication via physical presence within the body or fingerprint scan provides superior security to any other asset storage system available. Authenticated BioCrypt chips will grant access to unique wallets facilitating transfer of BioCrypt tokens as well as multiple crypto and fiat currencies. BioCrypt transactions will be processed on our recently developed decentralized blockchain; BioChain. Tokenized data stored on user’s BioCrypt chip can be utilized to verify identity among endless other applications. Users will be able to unlock their homes and vehicles with their unique radio frequency identifier. Voucher systems will be replaced by BioCrypt tokens allowing airline travel without keeping track of physical tickets. We envision a world where keys and wallets are obsolete!
Views: 214 Crypto Dragon
Android Fingerprint Authentication / Lock App - Android Studio Tutorial
 
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Hello guys, This tutorial will cover how you can secure your app with fingerprint Authentication Source Files : https://github.com/akshayejh/Android-Fingerprint-Authentication-App/ Links Worth Sharing : https://medium.com/@manuelvicnt/android-fingerprint-authentication-f8c7c76c50f8 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/39470098/why-crypto-object-is-needed-for-android-fingerprint-authentication If you feel these tutorials helped you in anyways, you can support us to create more content by donating here : Paytm : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HoK-9H3ybKEpBbWZuxGus3iqhf0ISW8g/view?usp=sharing Paypal : http://paypal.me/ArathiSingh Or by becoming a patreon : https://www.patreon.com/akshayejh Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TvacStudio/
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What is BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION? What does BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION mean?
 
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What is BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION? What does BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION mean? BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION meaning - BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION definition - BIOMETRIC TOKENIZATION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Biometric Tokenization is the process of substituting a stored biometric template with a non-sensitive equivalent, called a token, that lacks extrinsic or exploitable meaning or value. The process combines the biometrics with public-key cryptography to enable the use of a stored biometric template (e.g., fingerprint image on a mobile or desktop device) for secure or strong authentication to applications or other systems without presenting the template in its original, replicable form. Biometric tokenization in particular builds upon the longstanding practice of tokenization for sequestering secrets in this manner by having the secret, such as user credentials like usernames and passwords or other Personally Identifiable Information (PII), be represented by a substitute key in the public sphere. The technology is most closely associated with authentication to online applications such as those running on desktop computers, mobile devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) nodes. Specific use cases include secure login, payments, physical access, management of smart, connected products such as connected homes and connected cars, as well as adding a biometric component to two-factor authentication and multi-factor authentication. Biometric tokenization like its non-biometric counterpart, tokenization, utilizes end-to-end encryption to safeguard data in transit. With biometric tokenization, a user initiates his or her authentication first by accessing or unlocking biometrics such as fingerprint recognition, facial recognition system, speech recognition, iris recognition or retinal scan, or combination of these biometric modalities. The user’s unique qualities are generally stored in one of two ways, either on-device in a trusted execution environment (TEE) or trusted platform module (TPM), or on a server the way other data are stored. Biometric tokenization champions typically prefer biometric templates to be encrypted and stored in TEEs or TPMs so as to prevent large-scale data breaches such as the June 2015 U.S. Office of Personnel Management one. Biometric tokenization when aided by on-device storage of user data also can preserve internet privacy because user data are stored individually inside single devices rather than aggregated on ostensibly vulnerable servers. Moving biometric user credentials either for two-factor authentication or unqualified authentication, for example, off of servers and onto devices is a tenet of the Fast Identity Online (FIDO) Alliance, an industry consortium concerned with replacing passwords with decentralized biometrics. The next step in biometric tokenization after the unlocking of user credentials in the trusted area of their device is for the credentials to be tokenized, with the token containing the precise data required for the action (e.g. login or payment). This access token can be time-stamped as in the case of one-time passwords or session tokens so as to be useful for a specific time period, or they may not be. With biometric tokenization this token is then validated by means of joint client-side and server-side validation, which occurs through a challenge-response token exchange. The user is then logged in, authenticated, or otherwise granted access. With the September 9, 2014 launch of its Apple Pay service, Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple, Inc. initiated the conversation surrounding use biometricsupported tokenization of payment data for point of sale retail transactions. Apple Pay tokenizes mobile users’ virtualized bank card data in order to wirelessly transmit a payment, represented as a token, to participating retailers that support Apple Pay (e.g. through partnerships and supported hardware). Apple Pay leverages its proprietary Touch ID fingerprint scanner on its proprietary iPhone line with, aside from cryptography, the added security of its Apple A7 system on a chip that includes a Secure Enclave hardware feature that stores and protects the data from the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Apple Pay then, at least for payments, is credited with innovating in the space of biometric tokenization even if the use case was limited to payment convenience and security, restricted to the company’s own hardware and software, and despite the fact that executives did not publicly utter the phrase “biometric tokenization” or speak about the underlying technology.
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375: The Inconvenient Truth About Biometric Security and Privacy Protection
 
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Biometric authentication is often promoted as the most secure method to access our accounts using our unique individual characteristics. Rather trying to remember a password, we have become the password as new tech devices use fingerprints, facial recognition, eye scans (iris, retina) and even voice recognition. With the launch of the highly anticipated iPhone X and it's use of facial recognition for users to unlock their smartphone. I found myself asking, just how secure is biometric authentication? I quickly learned that although the authentication method itself is deemed secure, the same old problems could still occur. What if the database leaks and this data becomes compromised? Debesh Choudhury is an Electro-Optics Engineer and I invited him on to today's podcast to share his insights and expertise.He is a hardcore innovator and researcher with 22+ years of hands-on experience in defense research and information security. But, he has also got 15+ years of experience in teaching electronics and communication engineering in the higher education arena. Besides having a Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India, he also enjoyed his two years postdoctoral stint at the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan. Debesh was fortunate to have collaborated with celebrated American Scientist late Prof. H. John Caulfield. In 2011, they invented a new direction “Artificial Color Perception using Microwaves.” Debesh worked on 3D shape sensing and recognition for quite some time. His technique of 3D object recognition has yielded robust technology for 3D human face recognition. He also developed an asymmetric cryptosystem for multimodal biometric security. A part of his research was presented at the 2016 SPIE Defense & Security Conference in Baltimore, USA. In his 2016 research paper, Debesh already demonstrated how privacy protection of biometrics can be achieved by multimodal biometric encryption. Privacy protection of biometric data of the citizens is a deep concern because leakage of the biometric database can cause serious damage. The recent Equifax data breach of 2017 and earlier Yahoo security breach of 2016 have incited Debesh to give his hands to improve data security and privacy. Debesh is now vowed to channelize his expertise in privacy protection of biometrics for solving the data security problems. Have you ever stopped to consider the implications of what would happen if biometric and other personal data was compromised and became accessible online? If you hadn't, maybe today's podcast will make you think a little more cautiously about biometric security.  
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[218] Mobile Biometric Authentication with GoVerifyID.com Jim Miller
 
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Biometric user authentication made easy. Now your entire organization can enable biometric user authentication in a matter of minutes. Why use passwords or PINs when you can use something that simply cannot be stolen—the faces, voices, and fingerprints of your employees. Biometrics are the ultimate in security. And Imageware’s GoVerifyID is the ultimate in biometric user authentication. Personal. Accurate. Anonymous. Adaptable policies. Devices can be hacked or stolen. Your biometric identity is yours alone. You become the password. Advanced anti-spoofing. Our sophisticated algorithms ensure actual biometrics are being used, not a picture or recording. Multi-factor authentication. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) requires something you know (PIN/password) something you have (your phone) and something you are (your face, voice, or fingerprint). Anonymous authentication. We respect user privacy. Biometrics are matched against “templates” with no personal info attached. We hold multiple anonymous biometric identity management patents.
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Biometric Authentication System Using Software as a Service Architecture
 
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