Personal Homepage of Arslan Broemme

Topics of Interest:
Information Security and Risk Management, Biometrics, Identity & Access Management, Security Architecture and Design

Call for Papers & Upcomming Events:
BIOSIG 2010 (09.-10.09.2010, Darmstadt, Germany)
perspeGKtive 2010 (08.09.2010, Mannheim, Germany)

 

Publications (selected scientific & research papers, articles and reports):

 

2010 – Books:
Arslan Broemme and Christoph Busch (editors), "BIOSIG 2010 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-164, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 978-3-88579-258-1, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2010

Arslan Broemme, Torsten Eymann, Detlef Huehnlein , Heiko Rossnagel, Juergen Schmuecker (editors), "perspeGKtive 2010 - Innovative und sichere Informationstechnologie für das Gesundheitswesen von morgen", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-174, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 978-3-88579-268-0, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2010

2009 – Book:
Arslan Broemme, Christoph Busch, and Detlef Huehnlein (editors), "BIOSIG 2009 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-155, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 978-3-88579-249-1, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2009
Preface: "“Biometrics and Electronic Signatures – Research and Applications” – 17th -18th September 2009: Biometrics and electronic signatures are central technological components within the present landscape of authentication and identification of entities, the integrity of biometric templates and signatures, and electronically signed entity information as well as in multiple scenarios of emerging future identity management. Recent developments in the confidentiality domain show also additionally a strong interest in integrating biometric information in cryptographic keys. Years of research and development in biometrics and electronic signatures elapsed and still three main scientific questions based on biometric measurement data, knowledge, possession, time, and place are in need to be answered: 1. “who can it be?” - based on partially available data, 2. “who is it for sure?” - based on fully available data, and 3. “can it be misused?” - based on any available data. Challenges are given in sufficient number in going to answer all three questions like you will see in this year’s program. Single different competing modalities and factors have been approached and fine tuned to find the best identity determining method. Multimodal approaches have been tested to compensate the deficiencies of single modalities and to find again a best multimodal authentication and identification method. Identity management applications and broad public used applications with the inherent legal considerations regarding non-repudiation are still in strong need of reliable authentication and identification technology. Users are expecting this anyway before they are willing to accept the proposed technology in their daily life. Now, multifactor multimodal biometric authentication and identification technology with biometric multitemplates of different types is a promising method candidate in place to find a balance between the need for scalable convenience and sensitivity in clear dependence of the intended application. BIOSIG 2009 offers you again a platform for experts’ discussions and focuses this year on Research and Applications in the area of Biometrics and Electronic Signatures."

 

2008 – Book:
Arslan Broemme, Christoph Busch, and Detlef Huehnlein (editors), "BIOSIG 2008 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-137, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 978-3-88579-231-4, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2008
Preface: "Day #1: “Biometric Border Control” – Thursday, 11th September 2008: Multibiometric reference data in sufficient quality is used within Europe and beyond to verify the identity of persons at borders against the claimed identity within biometric (travel) documents and/or identifying criminals in certain real life scenarios. Different application scenarios demand for high reliability of verification and identification. Thus multimodal high speed biometric systems are needed. Within the workshop the impacts and possible scenarios for border control is addressed to identify current possibilities, drawbacks, and future development of biometric systems in border control processes. In this con-text the state-of-the-art research in 2D and 3D face recognition approaches is discussed. Day #2: “Federated Identity Management” – Friday, 12th September 2008: While electronic identity theft becomes an increasingly pressing problem, which according to the Identity Theft Resource Center causes an annual damage up to $55 Billion for businesses and consumers, there are many national and domain specific approaches for more secure identification and authentication using electronic identity cards for example. These approaches however do not yet seem to be applicable in cross domain business processes and hence may fail to solve the electronic identity theft problem in a global perspective. Therefore the workshop discusses methods and systems for secure identity management with a special emphasis on aspects arising in cross domain scenarios."

 

2007 – Book:
Arslan Broemme, Christoph Busch, and Detlef Huehnlein (editors), "BIOSIG 2007 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-108, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 978-3-88579-202-4, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2007
Preface: "Day #1: “Biometrics & Electronic Signatures”: Biometric systems realize the automated recognition of individuals based on their behavioural and biological characteristics and thus exploit the rich set of anatomical characteristics related to the structure of the body (face, finger, etc.). In various industrial environments the visual recognition of individuals based on facial photographs is a well established method, to realize access control. Biometrics can play an important role in connection with the Electronic Passport and European Citizen Cards. On a European level the EU-Council regulations on standards for security features and biometrics in EU citizens' passport has defined the timeline for the introduction of digital face and fingerprint images in all future European passports. The passport photo as being already an integral part of the passport for the last decades, is now been stored electronically in every new German passport issued since October 2005. From November 2007 on, the data on the passport will be extended for electronic fingerprints. As soon as a wide percentage of citizens is equipped with the new ePass it will boost biometrics supported border controls. 3D face recognition and multi-biometrics, currently two hot topics in the academic and industrial research laboratories, offer greater reliability. Improvements can be expected not only with regard to fake resistance but also with regard to biometric performance. The workshop on July 12 will investigate biometric technology research in this field and discuss the application of biometrics in electronic passports and its use in the context of secure travel processes. Furthermore it will be analyzed to which extend current ISO-standards are sufficient in order to establish open systems with interoperable data formats. Day #2: “eCard-Strategie”: Das Bundeskabinett hat am 9. März 2005 die Eckpunkte für eine gemeinsame eCard-Strategie beschlossen, wonach die unterschiedlichen Projekte der Bundesregierung mit Kartenbezug insbesondere die elektronische Gesundheitskarte (eGK), der elektronische Personalausweis (ePA), der elektronische Reisepass (ePass), die elektronische Steuererklärung (ELSTER) und das Jobcard-Verfahren (ELENA) aufeinander abgestimmt werden sollen, um dadurch die elektronische Authentisierung und die qualifizierte elektronische Signatur auf Chipkarten unterschiedlicher Ausprägung in einheitlicher Weise nutzen zu können. Vor diesem Hintergrund sollen der aktuelle Stand der Umsetzung und Perspektiven im Rahmen eines Workshops beleuchtet werden. Hierzu werden Entscheider und Experten der öffentlichen Hand, Vertreter der Wirtschaft und Wissenschaftler ihren Standpunkt darstellen."

 

Sandra Frings, Oliver Goebel, Detlef Guenther, Hardo G. Hase, Jens Nedon, Dirk Schadt, and Arslan Broemme (editors), "IMF 2007 - IT-Incident Management & IT-Forensics", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-114, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 978-3-88579-208-6, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2007

Preface (excerpt): " Information technology has become crucial to almost every part of society. IT infrastructures are critical to the world-wide economy, the financial sector, the health sector, the government's administration, the military, and the educational sector. Due to its importance the disruption or loss of IT capabilities results in a massive reduction of operability. Hence, IT security is continously gaining importance and has become technically essential to IT infrastructures. Although security usually gets integrated into the design process of IT systems nowadays, the process of maintaining security in IT infrastructure operation still lacks the appropriate attendance in most cases. Especially the capability to manage and respond to IT security incidents and their forensic analysis is established in the rarest cases. The quickly rising number of security incidents worldwide makes the implementation of incident management capabilities, targeting the mitigation of  immediate consequences to the own infrastructure, essential. Also, the need of subsequent forensic analysis of selected cases to gather evidence on the incident's details and work up the information for law suits or to avert unwarranted liability claims of aggrieved third parties is constantly growing. In order to advance the fields of IT-Incident Management and IT-Forensics the special interest group Security - Intrusion Detection and Response (SIDAR) of the German Informatics Society (GI) organises the annual International Conference on IT-Incident Management and IT-Forensics (IMF), creating a platform for experts from throughout the world, to discuss state of the art in these areas. IMF promotes collaboration and exchange of ideas between industry, academia, law-enforcement and other government bodies. […]"

 

2007 - Articles:
Arslan Broemme, “Mehrerlei Maß – Leistungsfähigkeit biometrischer Personenidentifikation” (in German), iX – Magazin für professionelle Informationstechnik, October, Germany, 2007

 

Arslan Broemme, Andreas Netzer, and Horst Walther, "Exploring Generic Identity Management Processes - An approach to model the generic Identity and Access Management Process ‘approve-request’", Position Paper on behalf of the NIFIS competence centre Identity Management (GenericIAM), Germany, 2007

Abstract: "Here we present a top-down modelling approach for the development of generic identity and access management (GenericIAM) processes based on a variant of a state transition model (coloured Petri nets). By considering the interactions and state transitions of the fundamental objects involved in the Identity

Management and the generic subjects acting on them we were able to generate an adequate abstract model of the first GenericIAM core process “approve request”, which is presented here for further discussion. Our approach complements the bottom-up modelling approach of factoring out generic patterns from an

empirical base of flow oriented diagrams for IAM processes.” (publishing site)

 

2006:
Arslan Broemme, "A Risk Analysis Approach for Biometric Authentication Technology", Journal Paper, International Journal of Network Security (IJNS), volume 2, number 1, pp. 52-63, ISSN: 1816-353X  (print), ISSN: 1816-3548 (online), Taiwan, R.O.C., January 1st, 2006, (publishing site)(PDF)(bibtex)
Abstract: "Current approaches for risk analysis of biometric authentication technology are limited to enrollment and identification/verification processes with biometric algorithms mainly considered as black-boxes, only. This paper presents a systematic approach for a holistic security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology based on the high-level component & process model for integrated security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology, also proposed here. The processes and components used within this model are introduced together with a comprehensive terminology for biometric authentication technology especially developed for the research area of IT security biometrics. Biometric authentication risk matrices are used to show that single possible risk effect classes can be identified. A discussion on the enabled possibilities for risk analysis shows the significant advantage of this integrated approach for holistic security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology in comparison to other approaches."
Conclusions: "This paper presents a systematic approach for a holistic security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology based on the high-level component & process model for integrated security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology also proposed here. The processes and components used within this model are developed together with a terminology for biometric authentication technology for the research field of IT security biometrics, which is comprehensively presented here for the first time. Current approaches for risk analysis of biometric authentication technology are limited to enrollment and identification/verification processes with biometric algorithms mainly considered as black-boxes, only. By using the biometric authentication risk matrices introduced here it is shown that more than seven thousand single possible risk effect classes can be identified, which should be examined for an overall holistic security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology. With the systematic discovery of such a large amount of possible risk effect classes in this paper, it can be concluded that current biometric authentication technology contains inherent holistic security risks, which are not systematically explored. For this reason, the specific risk analysis approach presented here has a strong advantage in comparison with other evaluation and risk analysis approaches in this area. More generally speaking, the presented approach is a significant contribution on the way to the possible development of more (holistic) secure biometric authentication technology."


Violeta Uzunova and Arslan Broemme, "On Experiences with (In)direct Marking Techniques for Eye Features within Evaluation of Irides Recognizing Biometric Authentication Systems", Paper, GI Conference SICHERHEIT 2006, 20.-23.02.2006, Magdeburg, Germany (publishing site)
Abstract: "In this paper we present a report of our experiences with different (in)direct eye feature marking techniques for revealing eye features. The coordinates of the found regions  of the here considered eye features - eyelids and eye corners - can be used as reference data for rapid human iris feature tracking (RHIFT) systems reaching up to 1.000 frames per second for detection and tracking of irides as preprocessing step in irides recognizing biometric authentication systems. The main conclusion of this work is that automatically collected eye features reference data with indirect marking will deliver higher accurate evaluation results if the marking techniques are developed further. So far, manual direct marking by experts on single images are available for the evaluation of the accurateness of an eyelids and eye corners detection and tracking method. A tool for collecting such data was implemented for validation. Tool-based manual gathered eye feature reference data were used for the accurateness evaluation of an eye feature detection and tracking method."

 

2005:
Arslan Broemme,  "Extending the Data Interface Description of an Image Based (F|E|I)R(D|T)P RHIFT System to a (FR|E(R|F)|IR)(D|T)P RHIFT System", Report, Computer Vision Group, School of Computer Science, University of Magdeburg, Germany, 2005 (bibtex) [on demand]
Abstract: "Based on the generic Rapid Human Iris Feature Tracking (RHIFT) System Process Model and a type-oriented data interface description of a (F|E|I)R(D|T)P RHIFT System an extension of the data interface to (FR|E(R|F)|IR)(D|T)P RHIFT System is presented to integrate processes for detection and tracking of eye features like eye corners and eyelids."

Arslan Broemme
,  "Type-oriented Data Interface Description of an Image Based (F|E|I)R(D|T)P RHIFT System", Report, Computer Vision Group, School of Computer Science, University of Magdeburg, Germany, 2005 (bibtex) [on demand]
Abstract: "Within a project dedicated to real-time processing of eye movements at the Computer Vision Group of the Otto-von-Guericke University a process based system model for rapid human iris feature tracking (RHIFT) was developed. This article presents a brief introduction to the RHIFT system process model and focusses on a type-oriented data interface description of the communicating processes of a (F|E|I)R(D|T)P RHIFT System
." 

 

2005 - in Book:
Arslan Broemme, Detlef Huehnlein, and Till Teichmann (editors),"QSIG 2005 - Qualifizierte elektronische Signaturen in Theorie und Praxis", Proceedings of the BIOSIG-Workshop on Qualified Electronic Signatures, in: Hannes Federrath (Hrsg.) ''SICHERHEIT 2005 - Beitraege der 2. Jahrestagung des Fachbereichs Sicherheit der GI e.V.'', 5.-8. April 2005, Regensburg, ISSN: 1617-5468, ISBN: 3-88579-391-1, Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-62,  Bonner Koellen Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2005 (publishing site)(bibtex)

2004:
Arslan Broemme, "A Risk Analysis Approach for Biometric Authentication Technology", Paper, IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6/11.7, 9.8 Proceedings of the Second Summer School on "Risks and Challenges of the Network Society", August 4-8, 2003, Karlstad University, Sweden, 2004 (
summerschool homepage)(bibtex)
Abstract: "Current approaches for risk analysis of biometric authentication technology are limited to enrollment and identification/verification processes with biometric algorithms mainly considered as black-boxes, only. This paper presents a systematic approach for a holistic security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology based on the high-level component & process model for integrated security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology, also proposed here. The processes and components used within this model are introduced together with a comprehensive terminology for biometric authentication technology especially developed for the research area of IT security biometrics. Biometric authentication risk matrices are used to show that single possible risk effect classes can be identified. A discussion on the enabled possibilities for risk analysis shows the significant advantage of this integrated approach for holistic security risk analysis of biometric authentication technology in comparison to other approaches."

Arslan Broemme, "Rapid Human Iris Feature Tracking (RHIFT): Surveying Aspects of Accurateness and Effectiveness of Selected Image Based Methods", Technical Report TR-ISGBV-04-02, 35 pages, Computer Vision Group, School of Computer Science, University of Magdeburg, Germany, 2004 (
bibtex)
Abstract: "This paper delivers a survey of selected research papers in the field of iris and eye tracking with focus on modelling aspects of image based approaches for rapid human iris feature tracking (RHIFT). The overview of selected papers is structured along the purpose of the paper, applied methods, aspects of modelling, description of setups for image data acquisition, evaluation of accurateness, and an estimation of computational speed. Based on an evaluation this survey concludes that the main research stream is making use of (1) circular models which are used for the human iris and pupil, (2) Hough circle transform mainly applied to reveal rapid and robust detection for tracking (horizontal, vertical, and torsional) and recognition of the human iris, (3) limitation of search space, which can be done in different ways like usage of gradients and extraction of eye regions, and that (4) influencing factors like noise, artifacts, and deformation by projection are not considered in very detail. Based on the surveyed literature this paper concludes to assume that the detection of iris center coordinates is already given with a certain accurateness and under acceptable speed for up to 10.000 fps. This enables future research requirements for image sequence based rapid  human iris feature tracking especially in the field of application oriented image interpretation with accurate and robust identification of supra nuclear binocular eye movements like saccadic eye movements with variation in accurateness (undershoot, overshoot, pulsion, glissades), smooth pursuit eye movements, optokinetic nystagmus, vestibulo-ocular/non-optical eye movements, and fixations with regard to e.g. tremors and drifts."

2003:
Arslan Broemme, "A Classification of Biometric Signatures", Paper, IEEE ICME 2003, Baltimore, MD, USA, July 4-6, 2003 (
publishing site)(bibtex)
Abstract: "The domain of IT security biometrics lacks of a systematical approach for classifying biometric signatures for biometric authentication, detection, and reaction systems. This paper presents a first approach to fill this gap. Outlining the general authentication process and analyzing the meaning of the term signature from selected sciences, a definition of the term biometric signature as (bin|n-)ary coded representation of biometric characteristics is derived. To show the suitability of the suggested definition, its role within the core processes of biometric authentication systems (enrollment, authentication, derollment) is described."

Arslan Broemme and Stephan Al-Zubi, "Multifactor Biometric Sketch Authentication", Paper, GI BIOSIG 2003, Darmstadt, Germany, July 24, 2003 (publishing site)(PDF & zipped PDF)(bibtex)
Abstract: "In this paper a multifactor biometric sketch authentication method is proposed based on biometric sketch recognition and a user's personal knowledge about the sketch`s content, which is negotiated between the biometric authentication system and the user during enrollment. The used sketch recognition algorithm analyzes the structural variability of sketches built up from a set of deformable shapes. For increasing the reliability of the biometric sketch authentication method the user's knowledge as authentication factor has been added by fulfilling specific sketching tasks of varying complexity given by the authentication system. An evaluation and testing framework for biometric algorithms was used to prove the accuracy of the method. For this purpose the biometric sketch algorithm has been adapted to the framework, a compiled sample database for comparability testing between users has been generated, and attack classes ranging from none, over partial to complete knowledge about the user's sketch has been developed and used. The evaluation of the test results for the research field of IT security biometrics shows that particularly the user's knowledge as an added authentication factor leads the used sketch recognition algorithm to high accuracy."

Stephan Al-Zubi, Arslan Broemme
, and Klaus Toennies, "Using an Active Shape Structural Model for Biometric Sketch Recognition", Paper, 25th Pattern Recognition Symposium DAGM 2003, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 2781, Magdeburg, Germany, September 10-12, 2003 (publishing site)
Abstract: "Based on the research on multifactorial biometric sketch authentication by Broemme and Al-Zubi this paper focusses on the usage of a single instantiation of active shape structural models by Al-Zubi and Toennies for sketch recognition within biometric authentication applications. Experiments executed within a previously developed evaluation and testing framework for biometric algorithms by Broemme are showing that mainly the knowledge factor - represented as static structural relations between the strokes of handdrawn sketches - increases the moderate performance of a pure statistical sketch recognition approach to higher accuracy for biometric authentication applications."    

Arslan Broemme, "A Contribution for ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27 NP 19792 'A Framework for Security Evaluation and Testing of Biometric Technology'", Technical Report TR-ISGBV-03-01, Computer Vision Group, School of Computer Science, University of Magdeburg, Germany, 2003

Abstract: "The domain of security standardization within biometrics lacks of a systematical framework approach for evaluation and testing of biometric technology. The international standardization project NP 19792 of the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC27  Information Technology Security Techniques intends to fill this gap for the highly demanded field of IT security biometrics. This paper delivers a first contribution for the NP 19792 by providing the first steps to fill the outlined scope of the proposed international standard."

2003 - Book:
Arslan Broemme and Christoph Busch (editors), "BIOSIG 2003 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures", Proceedings, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) P-31, ISSN 1617-5468, ISBN 3-88579-360-1, Koellen Druck+Verlag, Bonn, Germany, 2003  (
publishing site)(bibtex)
Preface: "International standardization and innovative authentication methods from research and development gain significance for biometric person recognition methods and electronic signatures After establishing the legal basis, the broad usage of biometric person recognition methods and electronic signatures from a technical point of view is in need of international standardization for enabling the interoperability of different systems and components for reliable, secure, and privacy enhancing applications. The adequate evaluation and testing of performance, reliability, and security of biometric person recognition technology and electronic signatures is of major importance. As a result there is a significant demand for innovative methods of multifactor biometric person identification and verification methods based on knowledge, possession, biometric characteristics, location, and time with regard to specific applications. Aiming to fill this gap the working group BIOSIG of the Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. is organizing a conference in the research and application field of „Biometrics and Electronic Signatures”. In two parallel tracks the aspects of testing & standardization and authentication with focus on the technical and algorithmical fundamentals for the broad and specific usage of biometric person recognition methods and electronic signatures from science and industry will be presented and discussed."

2002:
Arslan Broemme, Marcel Kronberg, Oliver Ellenbeck, and Oliver Kasch, "A Conceptual Framework for Testing Biometric Algorithms within Operating Systems' Authentication", Paper, ACM Symposium on Applied Computing SAC,  Madrid, Spain, March 10-14, 2002 (
publishing site)(bibtex)
Abstract: "This paper presents a conceptual framework for testing the implementation of biometric algorithms within Unix and Windows NT/2000 operating systems' login authentication. To support the analysis and evaluation of biometric algorithms, a data logging module will be used, enabling the collection of quantitative data, e.g. timestamps, biometric raw data, (pre)processed data, and return codes from each run of a biometric authentication. It is shown how biometric algorithms and a data logging module can be integrated into Unix and Windows NT/2000. In addition to the explained system components a human observer is necessary to collect extended data like user behavior and environmental conditions, which cannot be automatically recorded by the data logging module. From the combination of these two types of data, conclusions on the biometric algorithm in the context of its implementation in operating systems' authentication can be drawn. The resulting benefits for the development of appropriate biometric algorithms concerning aspects of robustness (security, safety), performance measures and usability will be discussed for iris biometrics."

Arslan Broemme, "A Classification of Biometric Applications wanted by Politics: Passports, Person Tracking, and Fight Against Terror", Paper, IFIP World Computer Congress WCC, Montréal, Québec, Canada, August 25-30, 2002 (publishing site)(PDF & zipped PDF)(bibtex)
Abstract: "This paper presents a classification of biometric applications wanted by politics in the shade of the terror attacks of Sep. 11th 2001. Politics in the urgent obligation to protect the health and property of inhabitants is in need to quickly find appropriate methods. Biometrics was one of the general technical methods almost immediately claimed for passports, person tracking, and fight against terror. At second sight it is clear that biometrics is no help in finding an unknown, ''sleeping'' terrorist in advance. But what kind of applications can help to protect a nation's inhabitants against attacks by terrorists and how much privacy is to be given up, if one wants to enable special biometric applications for surveillance and to react adequately in the case of danger? With an initial classification of biometric applications and the description of a possible scenario of antiterror biometrics this paper offers a starting point for the discussion on how privacy in particular and society in general will be influenced by biometric applications wanted by politics."

2001:
Arslan Broemme, "A Discussion on Privacy Needs and (Mis)Use of Biometric IT-Systems", Paper, IFIP WG 9.6/11.7 Working Conference on Security and Control of IT in Society SCITS-II, Bratislava, Slovakia, June 15-16, 2001 (
PDFzipped PDF)(bibtex)
Abstract: "This paper discusses aspects of privacy needs and (mis)use of biometric IT-systems along a model for the classification of biometric databases including biometric characteristics, biometric signatures, personal data, and access control mechanisms. A scenario-based discussion of privacy needs, which reveals that a database-organized access to biometric raw data is a main threat to privacy, results in general and technical design requirements for biometric IT-systems."


Past Events:

ACM SAC 2010 - Track on Computer Security  (22.-26.03.2010, Lausanne, Switzerland) [call for papers]

The 4th International Conference for Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (ICITST-2009) (09.-12.11.2009, London, UK) [program]

BIOSIG 2009 (17.-18.09.2009, Darmstadt, Germany) [program] [call for papers]

Eighth International Network Conference (INC2010) (06.-08.07.2010, Heidelberg, Germany) [call for papers]

BIOSIG 2008 (11.-12.09.2008, Darmstadt, Germany) [call for papers] GI SICHERHEIT 2008 (02.-04.04.2008, Saarbrücken, Germany)

ACM SAC 2008 - Track on Computer Security  (16.-20.03.2008, Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil) [call for papers]

IMF 2007 (11.-13.09.2007, Stuttgart, Germany) [program]

BIOSIG 2007 (12.-13.07.2007, Darmstadt, Germany) [program]

ACM SAC 2007 - Track on Computer Security  (11.-15.03.2007, Seoul, Korea) [call for papers]

ACM CCS 2006  (30.10.-03.11.2006, Virginia, VA, U.S.A.) [call for proposals_industry_and_government_track] [call for papers_research_track]

ICITST 2006 (11.-13.09.2006, London, United Kingdom) [call for papers]

BIOSIG 2006 (20.07.2006, Darmstadt, Germany) [program]

ACM SAC 2006 - Track on Computer Security  (23.-27.04.2006, Dijon, France) [call for papers] [program]
SICHERHEIT 2006 (20.-23.02.2006, Magdeburg, Germany) [call for papers]
QSIG 2006 (20.-23.02.2006, Magdeburg, Germany) [call for papers]
DAGM 2005, 27th Pattern Recognition Symposium (30.08.-02.09.2005, Vienna, Austria)
BIOSIG 2005 (21.07.2005, Darmstadt) [in cooperation: GI FG BIOSIG and CAST-Forum and Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI))
QSIG 2005 - Qualifizierte Elektronische Signaturen in Theorie und Praxis (06.04.2005, Regensburg) [cfp pdf] [final program]
SICHERHEIT 2005 - 2. Jahrestagung des Fachbereichs Sicherheit der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (04.-08.04.2005, Regensburg)
ACM SAC 2005 - Track on Computer Security (13.-17.03.2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA) [cfp]
ACM SAC 2004 - Track on Computer Security (14.-17.03.2004, Nicosia, Cyprus) [conference homepage]
IFIP World Computer Congress WCC 2004, Toulouse, France, August 22-27, 2004
DAGM 2004, 26th Pattern recognition Symposium (30.08.-01.09.2004, Tuebingen, Germany)
BIOSIG 2004 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures (15.07.2004, Darmstadt, Germany) [program]
IMF 2003, IT-Incident Management & IT-Forensics (24.-25.11.2003, Stuttgart, Germany)
INFORMATIK 2003, Teiltagung Sicherheit - Schutz und Zuverlässigkeit (29.09.-02.10.2003, Frankfurt a.M., Germany) [cfp pdf]
DAGM 2003, 25th Pattern Recognition Symposium, Magdeburg, Germany, September 10-12, 2003 [program]
IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6/11.7, 9.8 Second Summer School on "Risks and Challenges of the Network Society", Karlstad University, Sweden, August 4-8, 2003 [program]
BIOSIG 2003 - Biometrics and Electronic Signatures (24.07.2003, Darmstadt, Germany) [cfp pdf] [program]

Links:

http://www.biosig.org/
Fachbereich "Sicherheit - Schutz und Zuverlaessigkeit" @ Gesellschaft fuer Informatik (GI), Germany
Gesellschaft fuer Informatik (GI), Germany
http://www.cs.kau.se/~simone/ifip-wg-9.6/wg96.htm
International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)


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