Remote authentication using vaulted fingerprint verification
Fingerprint biometrics are increasingly used for identity verification. However, these require a careful balance of accuracy and privacy that is missing in many implementations. This dissertation describes a new biometric matching system, the protection of an existing datatype, and a model for matching security with error correction codes. My research develops the Vaulted Verification (VV) system into Vaulted Fingerprint Verification (VFV) by implementing VV on a fingerprint minutia triangle representation. VFV is fully compatible with protected biometric datatypes. This is demonstrated by ...
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