IBG to Discuss Biometric Spoofing and Introduce SPOOF 2007

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Teleconference to discuss IBG's upcoming spoof testing program.

International Biometric Group (IBG) invites you to join its upcoming teleconference, "Biometrics and Spoofing." The teleconference takes place today at 1:00 Eastern Time.

As the use of biometrics in commercial and government applications expands, the technology faces increased scrutiny. One area of particular concern among deployers and end users is spoofing, or the use of artifacts such as fake fingerprints to defeat biometric systems.

In this IBG teleconference, Consultant Ross Mitchell will introduce SPOOF 2007, the industry's first structured evaluation of biometric technologies' susceptibility to spoof attacks. In addition to discussing SPOOF 2007 goals and timeframes, Mr. Mitchell will discuss the following:

  • modality-specific spoofing issues;
  • potential anti-spoofing techniques;
  • examples of "real-world" risks and risk mitigation techniques.

To participate in this teleconference, please visit http://www.biometricgroup.com/webcon. For more information, or to learn about IBG's research, consulting, and integration services, please contact Victor Lee at +1 212 809 9491 or via email.

About International Biometric Group

International Biometric Group (IBG) is the biometric industry's leading independent research, consulting and integration firm. IBG builds biometric systems for identification, access control, surveillance, and identity management applications. IBG works with government and commercial clients to design biometric systems, test emerging technologies, and develop go-to-market strategies. IBG provides industry thought leadership in performance, multimodal systems, and market analysis.

Learn more at http://www.biometricgroup.com.


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