Lightweight Biometric System for Internet of Things (IoT) Security

Mrs. S. Subhasini
2019 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
The "Internet of things" (IoT) is a important topic of discussion both in the place of work and outside of it. Basically, IoT is a idea of between any device to the internet. Many IoT devices are power-driven by batteries of inadequate life and collected of electronic parts of restricted capacity. Therefore, power efficiency is a vital requirement for any IoT tool with limited possessions in conditions of storage space, power, and computing capacity. The proposed system employs a block reason
more » ... eration based algorithm to decrease the biometric feature volume in a straightforward and well-organized way. Experimental outcome express that with a much reduced feature size, the proposed lightweight biometric arrangement still maintains high accuracy. It is value noting that any substantial reduction in memory and computing cost is of assistance for resource-constrained IoT strategy. 3 ©IJRASET: All Rights are Reserved IX. FEATURES A. Complete authentication with full time security feature. B. High end monitoring of the secured systems on the go. C. Full time support systems to transaction with any type of issues generated during the corresponding action. D. Smart and inventive user boundary to make possible better user experience E. Personalization features particularly in conditions of the desired equipment. X. CONCLUSION Biometrics in IoT will not only unchain bank apps, email accounts but also cars, homes and many other things. "We conventionally guess that biometric sensors, which includes work time management and premise security entry consoles, will entirety at least 600 million "Internet of Things" links by the upcoming years.", there will be uninterrupted applications giving both convenience and security in a variety of industries such as: smart home, automotive industry, finance, healthcare, etc. which will only be not enough by human's thoughts. Energy ability is necessary for any biometric system deployed in the IoT environment. In this article, we have proposed a lightweight biometric system for protected user authentication, which is particularly designed for resource limited IoT devices. Moreover, a block logic procedure based algorithm is developed to decrease the feature size so as to save both memory and computational cost, thus improving the energy efficiency of IoT devices. The experimental results show that the proposed system is beneficial for saving memory space and computing time of IoT devices, which is of practical implication in the IoT scheme of things. As for future work, more efforts will be place into finding stable feature representations and manipulative secure template security algorithms in the mobile environment.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2019.4306 fatcat:c2m37hbghrbhtosndutgeqy46q