• Corpus ID: 15018361

Design and User Acceptability Testing of Secure Mobile Phone Authentication Mechanism Based on Fingerprint Sensing and Geofencing

@inproceedings{Gopidi2015DesignAU,
  title={Design and User Acceptability Testing of Secure Mobile Phone Authentication Mechanism Based on Fingerprint Sensing and Geofencing},
  author={Nikhita Gopidi and Nisha Patel and Nitish Nandkumar Pisal and Tanya Sahin and Shreyanshi Shah and Sara Siddiqui and Leigh Anne Clevenger and Javid Maghsoudi and Vinnie Monaco and Charles C. Tappert},
  year={2015}
}
NFC (Near Field Communication), Geofencing and Sensor capabilities embedded in today’s smartphones present opportunities for user authentication mechanisms, which provide greater convenience and security than traditional passwords. This study compares potential user authentication mechanisms using fingerprint sensing, geofencing, and Zigbee. An iOS app was designed based on fingerprint sensing and Geofencing, using beacons, that provides access to sensitive information on successful… 

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