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An Efficient and Robust Zero-Bit Watermarking Technique for Biometric Image Protection

Originální název

An Efficient and Robust Zero-Bit Watermarking Technique for Biometric Image Protection

Anglický název

An Efficient and Robust Zero-Bit Watermarking Technique for Biometric Image Protection

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Protection of data is becoming a crucial task in digital world. This paper proposes a concept for securing biometric data using  zero watermarking. Biometric data like a fingerprint, iris, etc. in which unique characters reside, but it may lead to an undesired situation if an attacker tries to copy it from a distributed database. The paper introduces a zero-bit watermarking scheme in iris image. Unlike in conventional watermarking, the watermarked image gets tempered due to distortion of pixels of an image. This paper proposes a robust zero-bit watermarking scheme in which a digital pattern is generated using a unique features from the iris image without tampering the host image. This method uses SVD and DWT for performing zero-bit watermarking and making it stable against several image processing attacks. The features of iris are unique, so the developed algorithm prevents data from duplicity or piracy issues.

Anglický abstrakt

Protection of data is becoming a crucial task in digital world. This paper proposes a concept for securing biometric data using  zero watermarking. Biometric data like a fingerprint, iris, etc. in which unique characters reside, but it may lead to an undesired situation if an attacker tries to copy it from a distributed database. The paper introduces a zero-bit watermarking scheme in iris image. Unlike in conventional watermarking, the watermarked image gets tempered due to distortion of pixels of an image. This paper proposes a robust zero-bit watermarking scheme in which a digital pattern is generated using a unique features from the iris image without tampering the host image. This method uses SVD and DWT for performing zero-bit watermarking and making it stable against several image processing attacks. The features of iris are unique, so the developed algorithm prevents data from duplicity or piracy issues.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT157767,
  author="Vojtěch {Myška} and Radim {Burget}",
  title="An Efficient and Robust Zero-Bit Watermarking Technique for Biometric Image Protection",
  annote="Protection of data is becoming a crucial task in digital world. This paper proposes a concept for securing biometric data using  zero watermarking. Biometric data like a fingerprint, iris, etc. in which unique characters reside, but it may lead to an undesired situation if an attacker tries to copy it from a distributed database. The paper introduces a zero-bit watermarking scheme in iris image. Unlike in conventional watermarking, the watermarked image gets tempered due to distortion of pixels of an image. This paper proposes a robust zero-bit watermarking scheme in which a digital pattern is generated using a unique features from the iris image without tampering the host image. This method uses SVD and DWT for performing zero-bit watermarking and making it stable against several image processing attacks. The features of iris are unique, so the developed algorithm prevents data from duplicity or piracy issues.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="2019 42nd International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)",
  chapter="157767",
  doi="10.1109/TSP.2019.8768881",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2019",
  month="july",
  pages="236--240",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}