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Questions de Sécurité et de Vie Privée autour des Protocoles d'Identification de Personnes et d'Objets

Abstract : The term 'identification' refers to a situation where a person, or a communicating device, provides an element that ensures its automatic recognition. This differs from authentication in which the claimed identity is proved with credentials. We take interest in both the identification of people and devices; the former goes through biometrics, and we study the particular case where devices communicate through electromagnetic waves. These situations raise the issues of security and privacy. Security is a confidence level in the outcome of the identification; privacy ensures that an eavesdropper cannot infer information from public elements. We show that in order to design private biometric identification protocols, special care must be taken for the storage of the biometric data. We describe several such protocols that are based on cryptographic primitives. We also show how to use identification codes to design a protocol for private interrogation of low-cost wireless devices, both private and secure.
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Bruno Kindarji. Questions de Sécurité et de Vie Privée autour des Protocoles d'Identification de Personnes et d'Objets. domain_other. Télécom ParisTech, 2010. Français. ⟨pastel-00006233⟩

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