Biometric Systems Private by Design: Reasoning about privacy properties of biometric system architectures

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Bringer, Julien; Chabanne, Herve; Metayer, Daniel Le; Lescuyer, Roch;
  • Publisher: IIIA-CSIC
  • Subject: Regulation | Formal methods | [ INFO.INFO-CY ] Computer Science [cs]/Computers and Society [cs.CY] | Data protection | Computer Science - Logic in Computer Science | Verification | Biometric systems | Computer Science - Cryptography and Security | Privacy by design

This work aims to show the applicability, and how, of privacy by design approach to biometric systems and the benefit of using formal methods to this end. Starting from a general framework that has been introduced at STM in 2014, that enables to define privacy architect... View more
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