Last week, we gave a presentation to CERIAS students on biometric testing. We focused on the HBSI model. For more information about the talk see the presentation slide deck.

B. Senjaya, T.B. Lee, Ph.D., S.J. Elliott, Ph.D., S.K. Modi, Ph.D. Fingerprint image quality has a positive on recognition systems. By improving the quality of fingerprint images the performance of the system can be increased. Current automated fingerprint capture processes conduct quality analysis on fingerprints after capturing the fingerprint and prompt the user for additional…

G. Hales, Graduate Researcher & S. J. Elliott Ph.D. In recent times it has become apparent that data sharing capabilities across state departments and law enforcement agencies is an issue, especially in terms of tracking, monitoring, and identifying persons of interest. There is a need to assess the image capture process, as well as sharing…

C. Blomeke, S. K.Modi,Ph.D., E. Bertino, Ph.D., & S. J. Elliott Ph.D. The long term objective of this research is to provide a model for the delivery of identity management services to a diverse range of healthcare applications. . This is a challenge, due to various regulations and requirements that are unique to the healthcare…

Preeti Rao, Ashwin Mohan, Shimon Modi, Keith Watson The BioAPI Consortium developed the biometric application programming interface (BioAPI) for the implementation of software that is platform and device independent. Version 2.0 of the BioAPI standard (ISO/IEC 19784-1:2005) has a reference implementation in the C programming language. This project offers a reference implementation of the 2.0…

The BSPA Lab participated in the 2009 CERIAS Symposium. The symposium examined the implementation of information technology, and how it continues to grow in complexity as business continues to go global. Best practices and technical protocols are established… but don’t always play well together. The 2009 symposium examined the state of cyber security and research…

Identification, Authentication and Privacy E. Bertino, S. Elliott, A.Bhargav-Spantzel, M. Young, S. Modi, A. Squicciarini The goal is to provide a privacy preserving methodology for strong biometric authentication in federated identity management systems. Privacy Preserving Multifactor Authentication [1]: multifactor authentication is essential for secure authentication mechanisms. The identity management framework is used to provide proofs…

William Eyre, Sean Sobieraj, Dr. Steven Elliott Use of biometrics in schools for identification of students younger than 16 in the United Kingdom has sparked privacy concerns. There are privacy advocates active in attempting to derail the use of biometric authentication in schools for a variety of reasons. These reasons are explored and solutions are…

Assurable Software and Architectures Watson, Keith The Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security and the Biometric Standards, Performance, and Assurance Laboratory at Purdue University are working in conjunction with the BioAPI Consortium to develop a reference implementation of the BioAPI 2.0 specification in the Java(tm) programming language. 2007 – BioAPI Project…

Privacy preserving multi-factor authentication with biometrics Authors: Abhilasha Bhargav-Spantzel, Anna C Squicciarini, Shimon Modi, Matthew Young, Elisa Bertino, Stephen J Elliott Publication date: 2007/1/1 Journal name: Journal of Computer Security Volume: 15 Issue: 5 Pages: 529-560 Publisher: IOS Press Description An emerging approach to the problem of identity theft is represented by the adoption of…

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