Levels of security according to the easiness to steel biometric data

Ali, Saqib docbook.xml at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 14:42:06 EDT 2008

I believe ISC2 (https://www.isc2.org/ ) did some testing and published
their findings. Maybe someone from ISC2 on this list can give you the
exact reference to that material.


On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 11:10 AM, Danilo Gligoroski
<gligoroski at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>  Probably you have heard about this:
>  CCC publishes fingerprints of German Home Secretary
>  Date: 31 March 2008
>  Source: Heise.de
>  In a protest against the use of biometric data, the
>  Chaos Computer Club (CCC) has taken a step that will
>  raise a few eyebrows ­ in the current issue of its
>  club magazine Die Datenschleuder, the hackers have
>  published the fingerprint of German Home Secretary,
>  ...
>  Link: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b29_1206968252
>  QUESTION: Does anybody knows about the existence of a
>  security research in area of grading the easiness to
>  steel biometric data.
>  For example, I guess that stealing information of
>  someone's "face" is easier than stealing information
>  about someone's "fingerprints",
>  but stealing information about someone's "retina"
>  would be much harder.
>  Such a scale can be useful in the design of secure
>  protocols and secured information systems.
>  Danilo Gligoroski!

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