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Proceedings of the Biometric Consortium Conference|| September 23-25, 2002

Published

Author(s)

Fernando L. Podio, J S. Dunn

Abstract

¿¿¿The Biometric Consortium Conference examines rapid advances in biometric technologies and applications and explores new developments in the areas of metrology, assurance, and standards. The Conference proceedings include presentations in a series of topics that address user requirements for Homeland Security and industry response to these requirements, technological issues and challenges looming ahead, other government and commercial implementations and initiatives, biometric business models, updates on the latest activities in measurements and standards, testing, interoperability and data interchange, biometrics security and assurance, and novel applications of biometrics (e.g., Point of Sale, and large-scale enterprise network authentication environments). Seminars included in the Proceedings address overview of biometrics, biometrics market development, biometric template protection and usage, developing BioAPI and CBEFF-compliant biometric authentication systems.
Proceedings Title
NISTIR 6911

Keywords

Biometric consortium, Biometric standards, Biometric technologies, Biometrics, Biometrics testing and research, Biotric authentication, homeland security, Point-of-Sale Applications, protection profiles

Citation

Podio, F. and Dunn, J. (2002), Proceedings of the Biometric Consortium Conference|| September 23-25, 2002, NISTIR 6911 (Accessed July 15, 2024)

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Created September 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017