The vulnerability of finger vein recognition to spoofing attacks has emerged as a crucial security problem in the recent years mainly due to the high security applications where biometric technology is used. Recent works shown that finger vein biometrics is vulnerable to spoofing attacks, pointing out the importance to investigate counter-measures against this type of fraudulent actions. The goal of the 1st Competition on Counter Measures to Finger Vein Spoofing Attacks is to challenge researchers to create counter-measures that can detect printed attacks effectively. The submitted approaches are evaluated on the Spoofing-Attack Finger Vein Database and the achieved results are presented in this paper.

The 1st Competition on Counter Measures to Finger Vein Spoofing Attacks

GRAGNANIELLO, DIEGO;SANSONE, CARLO;VERDOLIVA, LUISA;
2015

Abstract

The vulnerability of finger vein recognition to spoofing attacks has emerged as a crucial security problem in the recent years mainly due to the high security applications where biometric technology is used. Recent works shown that finger vein biometrics is vulnerable to spoofing attacks, pointing out the importance to investigate counter-measures against this type of fraudulent actions. The goal of the 1st Competition on Counter Measures to Finger Vein Spoofing Attacks is to challenge researchers to create counter-measures that can detect printed attacks effectively. The submitted approaches are evaluated on the Spoofing-Attack Finger Vein Database and the achieved results are presented in this paper.
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