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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 1766-1773


Ajina Mohamed Ameer, Dr. M Victor Jose.


Biometrics has proved to be an efficient solution to several of the security problems that are prominent in the modern age in most technological fields. It is the estimation of physical or behavioral features of humans utilized for distinctive recognition. Biometricsuses Digital Image Processing's pattern identification technology for recognizing the unique characteristics of humans. Fingerprint impression, facial landmarks, iris morphology, voice recognition, handwriting detection, hand geometry recognition, finger vein identification and signature recognition are the most widely applied or called biometric modalities. Biometrics is used in different areas, one of which is protection systems. We propose an intelligent biometric authentication system for data management in the cloud.A general issue is keeping biometric data safe in health facilities for patient authentication. Many experiments have shown different means of keeping biometric information, particularly biometric data from finger veins. Therefore, by implementing the above three principles of information protection and developing a robust authentication framework with high standards of reliability, privacy and security, better ways of protecting this data need to be found. Besides, biometric data is quite tough to replicate and any loss of biometric information contributes to high risks. This study uses fingerprint scanner systems to be using changed minutae algorithm to create an effective biometric identification system. Only the enclosed triangles around each minute were contrasted between the input and the stored prototype in the updated method. The suggested method gave a high degree of accuracy with an error rate equal to 0.5%.

Key words: Biometric Authentication, Fingerprint Recognition, Cloud Authentication, Data protection, Data Encryption

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