By Tyler Justin Speed

ISBN-10: 1439809828

ISBN-13: 9781439809822

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ISBN-13: 9781466582422

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2 Levels of Information for an Attacker I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 No knowledge Experience with similar systems (including knowledge or vulnerabilities) Experience and/or access to an identical system (including knowledge of specific weaknesses) High-level knowledge of system algorithms and architecture Detailed knowledge of software (source code level) Source: T. Dunstone and G. Poulton. Biometric Vulnerability: A Principled Assessment Methodology. , Sept. 2006. Note: The levels of information for an attacker, in which every level includes all knowledge pertaining to the lower levels.

Cukic and Bartlow [32] introduced three more components: administrative management, information technologies, and presentation of tokens. In total, 20 potential attack points and 22 vulnerabilities have been identified. All biometric systems require administrative supervision to some extent. The level of supervision may vary among systems but it is not difficult to imagine the related vulnerabilities. Vulnerabilities in this area may devalue even the best-planned system. A biometric system may or may not be related to an IT environment, but is usually part of a larger system.

The spoofing risk can then be defined as spoofing risk = attack potential × exploitation potential where attack potential is defined as the likelihood that an attacker is able to discover a vulnerability, and has the capability to exploit it, and exploitation potential is defined as the likelihood that a particular vulnerability exists, and that it can be exploited to breach the system. This allows a separation of components that can be deduced a priori from factors that require experimental validation.

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