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BioSec

Biometrics & Security IST
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2002
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001766




COPRAS Kick
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off



© 2004 BIOSEC Consortium

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Oct 20
04

Orestes Sanchez

BioSec Coordinator



Telefónica I+D, S.A.U.

COPRAS Kick
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off

BioSec


BioSec

Biometrics & Security IST
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2002
-
001766




COPRAS Kick
-
off



© 2004 BIOSEC Consortium

2

Oct 20
04

BioSec Consortium


Project Coordinator is Telefonica I+D



Industrial partners:


Siemens AG, Germany (SIEMENS)


Atmel Grenoble, S.A., France (ATMEL)


Finnair Oy, Finland (FINNAIR)


Giesecke and Devrient GmbH, Germany (GandD)


VCON Telecommunications Ltd., Israel (VCON)



Companies


Biometrika SRL, Italy (BIOK)


Etra I+D, S.A, Spain (ETRA)


Ibermatica, S.A. Spain (IBERMATICA)


MediaScore GmbH, Germany


Expertnet A.E., Greece (EXPERTNET)


Naukowa i Akademicka Sieć Komputerowa, Poland
(NASK)


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BioSec Consortium II


Government Bodies


Sisäasiainministeriö, Ministry of the Interior Finland (MIFIN)



Research Centres


Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus, Finland (VTT)


Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece (ITI
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CERTH)



Academic centres


Tampereen Yliopisto (University of Tampere), Finland (UTA)


Alma Mater Studiorum


Universita Di Bologna, Italy
(UNIBO)


Univ Carlos III de Madrid, Spain (UC3M)


Univ Politecnica de Madrid, Spain (UPM)


Univ Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain (UPC)


Universität zu Köln, Germany (UCOL)


Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki, Greece (AUTH)


Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium (KULRD)


University of Cologne

Department of Psychology

BioLab

University
of Bologna

BioSec

Biometrics & Security IST
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2002
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001766




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BioSec objectives


Enable new technology development in basic biometric technologies
to leverage security, across biometric authentication chain:


Enhancing single biometric modalities


Voice, fingerprint, 3D recognition and iris


Multimodal fusion


Aliveness detection


Systems

security, interoperability,

transactions

integrity
,...


Biometric storage in
personal t
okens


Put the technology to work and to meet requirements of real world
applications

in selected scenarios


Personal Biometric
Tokens


Scenarios


Performance, usability and acceptability evaluation


Legal requirements

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2002
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001766




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04

BioSec and COPRAS

Area & issues where selected projects in FP6 call 1 may contribute to standardization
Standardization working groups
selected projects may interface
with
Security architectures: Interoperability in security procedures and best practices; interaction
between biomet-rics and PKI
ETSI SCP, ETSI ESI
Standards & guidelines for a security framework: Biometric sensors and technologies; identification
devices; network security: Biometric-enable authentication protocols; biometrics in network
protocols: IPSec, SSL
CEN/ISSS Focus Group on biomet-
rics, CEN/ISSS Workshop on
eAuthentication [option: ETSI SCP]
Secure transactions & payments: Security of biometric template transmission and storage;
security on handling biometric samples; potential use of biometrics in e-commerce and e-
government
ETSI SCP, CEN/TC224
Algorithms & encryption: Algorithms for iris, fingerprint, face, speaker recognition, 3D geometry
and biometrics multi-modality
CEN/ISSS Focus Group on
biometrics, CEN/ISSS Workshop on
eAuthentication [option: ETSI SCP,
ETSI SAGE]
Electronic signatures: Integration of biometrics in eSignK, PKCS #11 and #15
ETSI ESI
Privacy: Biometric user template; integration of privacy in technology solutions; user personal data
CEN/ISSS Focus Group on biomet-
rics, CEN/ISSS/WS/DPP [option:
ETSI SCP, ETSI ESI]
Cards and personal identification: Definition of architectures for (biometric) match-on-token smart
cards; definition of a token API for biometric verification.; development of biometric identification
tokens: SmartCards and USB tokens
ETSI SCP, CEN/TC224
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Biometrics & Security IST
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2002
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001766




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04

WG6: Societal Aspects of Implementation of

Biometric Technology


The effective implementation of biometric technologies is highly
dependent on users
´

acceptance and trust.



Relevant tasks concerning the implementation of biometrics are:

1.
Standardised multi
-
modal measurements of acceptance and trust


General Attitudes: privacy, data security, etc.


Specific Attitudes towards biometric sensor technology: reliability,
data security, invasiveness,


2.
Development of standards to promote acceptance and trust of
biometrics


Standards for data and privacy protection


Standards for user friendly design of biometric technologies


Performance, interface, handling


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2002
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001766




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off



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04

Further details


Coordinator


Orestes Sanchez


Telefónica I+D, S.A.U.


E
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mail:
biosec
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coord@biosec.org



Website:
http://www.biosec.org


Biometrics Standard Observatory


BioSec Interest Group


Early notify about BioSec project news