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Anatomy of Biometric Passports

Originální název

Anatomy of Biometric Passports

Anglický název

Anatomy of Biometric Passports

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Travelling is becoming available for more and more people. Millions of people are on a way every day. That is why a better control over global human transfer and a more reliable identity check is desired. A recent trend in a field of personal identification documents is to use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology and biometrics, especially (but not only) in passports. This paper provides an insight into the electronic passports (also called e-passport or ePassport) implementation chosen in the Czech Republic. Such a summary is needed for further studies of biometric passports implementation security and biometric passports analysis. A separate description of the Czech solution is a prerequisite for a planned analysis, because of the uniqueness of each implementation (Each country can choose the implementation details within a range specified by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation); moreover, specific security mechanisms are optional and can be omitted).

Anglický abstrakt

Travelling is becoming available for more and more people. Millions of people are on a way every day. That is why a better control over global human transfer and a more reliable identity check is desired. A recent trend in a field of personal identification documents is to use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology and biometrics, especially (but not only) in passports. This paper provides an insight into the electronic passports (also called e-passport or ePassport) implementation chosen in the Czech Republic. Such a summary is needed for further studies of biometric passports implementation security and biometric passports analysis. A separate description of the Czech solution is a prerequisite for a planned analysis, because of the uniqueness of each implementation (Each country can choose the implementation details within a range specified by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation); moreover, specific security mechanisms are optional and can be omitted).

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@article{BUT96996,
  author="Dominik {Malčík} and Martin {Drahanský}",
  title="Anatomy of Biometric Passports",
  annote="Travelling is becoming available for more and more people. Millions of people are
on a way every day. That is why a better control over global human transfer and
a more reliable identity check is desired. A recent trend in a field of personal
identification documents is to use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
technology and biometrics, especially (but not only) in passports. This paper
provides an insight into the electronic passports (also called e-passport or
ePassport) implementation chosen in the Czech Republic. Such a summary is needed
for further studies of biometric passports implementation security and biometric
passports analysis. A separate description of the Czech solution is
a prerequisite for a planned analysis, because of the uniqueness of each
implementation (Each country can choose the implementation details within a range
specified by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation); moreover,
specific security mechanisms are optional and can be omitted).",
  address="Hindawi",
  chapter="96996",
  doi="10.1155/2012/490362",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Hindawi",
  number="1",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="july",
  pages="1--8",
  publisher="Hindawi",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}