Bipartite Biotokens: Definition, Implementation, and Analysis [chapter]

W. J. Scheirer, T. E. Boult
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Cryptographic transactions form the basis of many common security systems found throughout computer networks. Supporting these transactions with biometrics is very desirable, as stronger nonrepudiation is introduced, along with enhanced ease-of-use. In order to support such transactions, some sort of secure template construct is required that, when re-encoded, can release session specific data. The construct we propose for this task is the bipartite biotoken. In this paper, we define the
more » ... te biotoken, describe its implementation for fingerprints, and present an analysis of its security. No other technology exists with the critical reissue and secure embedding properties of the bipartite biotoken. Experimental results for matching accuracy are presented for the FVC 2002 data set and imposter testing on 750 Million matches.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01793-3_79 fatcat:3k5uuvprarbb7cs43wcm5gotke