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  1. 1. PRESENTATION ON Enhancing security with BIOMETRICS MANISH KUMAR
  2. 2. WHAT IS BIOMETRIC BIOMETRIC IS AUTOMATED METHODS TO IDENTIFY A PERSON ON BASIS OF PHYSICAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHARACTERSTICS
  3. 3. PHASES OF BOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM CAPTURE EXTRACTION COMPARISON MATCH/NOMATCH
  4. 4. FINGERPRINTFINGERPRINT RECOGNITIONRECOGNITION OLDESTOLDEST METHOD(SINCEMETHOD(SINCE 1896) WIDELY1896) WIDELY USED FORUSED FOR CRIMINALCRIMINAL IDENTIFICATIONIDENTIFICATION
  5. 5. FINGERPRINT FEATURE EXTRACTION • 1/3 WHORLS • 5-10% ARCHES • 2/3 LOOPS
  6. 6. FINGERPRINT COMPARISONS (PATTERN MATCHING)
  7. 7. FINGERPRINT MATCHINGFINGERPRINT MATCHING REGISTERED POINTS ARE LOCATED AND COMPARED MINUTIA MATCHING
  8. 8. HAND GEOMETRY RECOGNITION TEMPLATE
  9. 9. FACIAL ATTRIBUTES •AREA AROUND CHEEK BONE •UPPER SECTION OF EYE SOCKET •SIDES OF MOUTH •DISTANCE BETWEEN EYES
  10. 10. NEGATIVE MATCH (12%)NEGATIVE MATCH (12%)
  11. 11. 96% MATCH POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION
  12. 12. FACE TRACKING
  13. 13. VOICE RECOGNITION FORMANTS • SEGMENT COMPOSED OF DOMINANT FREQUENCIES DIGITALIZING A PROFILE OF A PERSON’S SPEECH •FREQUENCIES ARE FORMANTS
  14. 14. EXAMPLE OF VOICE PRINTEXAMPLE OF VOICE PRINT
  15. 15. CHARACTERSTICS OF MESH SUCH AS STRIATIONS, CRYPTS,RINGS & FURROWS GIVES UNIQUE PATTERN TO IRIS IRIS RECOGNITION
  16. 16. IRIS PATTERN A LIFE LONG PASSWORD • TABECULAR MESHWORK- UNMIMICABL E • 266 UNIQUE PATTERNS • ERR=1 IN 1.2
  17. 17. MONOCHROME CAMERA CAPTURES CHARACTERISTICS OF IRIS IN PRESENCE OF NEAR INFRARED LIGHT PROCESS OF IRIS RECOGNITION
  18. 18. PROCESS OF IRISPROCESS OF IRIS RECOGNITIONRECOGNITION
  19. 19. EmergingEmergingbiometricsbiometrics Vein scan Facial Thermography Gait recognition Blood Pulse Ear shape Recognition Odour Sensing
  20. 20. VEIN PATTERN
  21. 21. GAIT ADVANCES INGAIT ADVANCES IN EMERGING BIOMETRICSEMERGING BIOMETRICS • RECOGNITION BYRECOGNITION BY THE WAYTHE WAY SOMEONESOMEONE WALKSWALKS
  22. 22. BLOOD PULSEBLOOD PULSE BIOMETRICSBIOMETRICS INFRARED SENSORS MEASURES BLOODINFRARED SENSORS MEASURES BLOOD PULSE ON FINGERS.PULSE ON FINGERS.
  23. 23. Odour sensors will identify yourOdour sensors will identify your body odourbody odour
  24. 24. Facial ThermographFacial Thermograph Detects heat patterns created by the branching of blood vessels andDetects heat patterns created by the branching of blood vessels and emitted from the skin. Even identical twins have different thermographsemitted from the skin. Even identical twins have different thermographs
  25. 25. CONCLUSIONCONCLUSION • Biometric technologies are becoming theBiometric technologies are becoming the foundation of an extensive array of highly securefoundation of an extensive array of highly secure identification and personal verification solutions.identification and personal verification solutions. • The promises of e-commerce and e-governmentThe promises of e-commerce and e-government can be achieved through the utilization of strongcan be achieved through the utilization of strong personal authentication procedures.personal authentication procedures. • Each biometric technique's performance canEach biometric technique's performance can vary widely, depending on how it is used and itsvary widely, depending on how it is used and its environment in which it is used.environment in which it is used.
  26. 26. •Access control •Identification card •Immigration checks •Police records •Customer identification, Loyalty programs •Security systems •Patient management in hospitals •Public welfare programs management •Preventing identity theft •Membership management in clubs, libraries etc. •Enterprise network security •Transaction management Banking, ATMs   Applications • Time Attendance
  27. 27. A MULTIMODAL BIOMETRIC SYSTEM USING FINGERPRINT, FACE, AND SPEECH
  28. 28. REFERENCESREFERENCES • INTERNATIONAL BIOMETRIC GROUPINTERNATIONAL BIOMETRIC GROUP WESITE.(WESITE.(WWW.BIOMETRICGROUP.COMWWW.BIOMETRICGROUP.COM)) • VISIONICS WEBSITE(VISIONICS WEBSITE(WWW.VISIONICS.COMWWW.VISIONICS.COM)) • BIOMETRIC SYSTEMS LABBIOMETRIC SYSTEMS LAB WEBSITE,BOLOGNA UNIVERSITYWEBSITE,BOLOGNA UNIVERSITY • FACE RECOGNITION BY L. WISKOTT ANDFACE RECOGNITION BY L. WISKOTT AND J.M. FELLOUS.J.M. FELLOUS.

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