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Title: On the Privacy Protection of Biometric Traits: Palmprint, Face, and Signature
Authors: Panigrahy, S K
Jena, D
Korra, S B
Jena, S K
Keywords: Biometrics
Face
Palmprint
Signature
Privacy Protection
Cryptography
Issue Date: 19-Aug-2009
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Citation: Proceedings of Second International Conference, IC3 2009, Noida, India, August 17-19, 2009, P 182-193
Series/Report no.: Communications in Computer and Information Science;1865-0929 (Print) 1865-0937 (Online)
Contemporary Computing;Volume 40, Part 4
Abstract: Biometrics are expected to add a new level of security to applications, as a person attempting access must prove who he or she really is by presenting a biometric to the system. The recent developments in the biometrics area have lead to smaller, faster and cheaper systems, which in turn has increased the number of possible application areas for biometric identity verification. The biometric data, being derived from human bodies (and especially when used to identify or verify those bodies) is considered personally identifiable information (PII). The collection, use and disclosure of biometric data — image or template, invokes rights on the part of an individual and obligations on the part of an organization. As biometric uses and databases grow, so do concerns that the personal data collected will not be used in reasonable and accountable ways. Privacy concerns arise when biometric data are used for secondary purposes, invoking function creep, data matching, aggregation, surveillance a...
Description: Copyright belongs to the Book publisher-Springer
URI: http://www.springerlink.com/content/x1228383t1553418/
http://hdl.handle.net/2080/1039
ISBN: 978-3-642-03546-3 (Print) 978-3-642-03547-0 (Online)
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