Biometrics has emerged as the most convenient form of security. By far the most popular form of biometrics is fingerprint biometrics, which “reads” the identifying marks on a person’s finger to authenticate the user and control access to information, a device, or a physical location.
As electronic communications become more prevalent, mobile and universal, the threats of data compromises also accordingly loom larger. In the context of an information communication platform, which permits pervasive monitoring of potentially sensitive data, security and privacy concerns are particularly important.
A key enabling technology for secure communications in FingerQ's platform has emerged to be biometrics. In this work, we present complementary approaches which exploit physiological signals to address security issues for delivering secure communications, for more information please visit http://www.fingerq.com.