Seminar from Thomas Thebaud, PhD student at Orange and LIUM

 

Date: 06/01/2020
Time: 11h00
Localisation: IC2, boardroom
Speaker: Thomas Thebaud

With the increasing use of biometric systems for authentication, the question of the security of these systems arises. The objective of this thesis is to study the possible frauds (spoofing) on several behavioral biometries (Voice, gait, writing, signature, keyboard use, mouse movement, GPS, use of Bluetooth and wifi for smartphones, etc…) and to secure these biometries. This thesis having started on October 1st, 2019, I propose a more detailed explanation of the subject, and a presentation of my advances in my state of the art in behavioral biometrics and spoofing (and anti-spoofing) techniques.