Secure authentication from facial attributeswith no privacy loss

@inproceedings{Dunkelman2013SecureAF,
  title={Secure authentication from facial attributeswith no privacy loss},
  author={Orr Dunkelman and Margarita Osadchy and Mahmood Sharif},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2013}
}
Biometric authentication is more secure than using regular passwords, as biometrics cannot be "forgotten" and contain high entropy. Thus, many constructions rely on biometric features for authentication, and use them as a source for "good" cryptographic keys. At the same time, biometric systems carry with them many privacy concerns. We describe a proof-of-concept (PoC) which transforms facial attributes from a single image into keys in a consistent, discriminative, and privacy-aware manner… CONTINUE READING

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