Cognitive Biometrics Application for E-Learning Security Enhancement

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Topic: Security
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Because of the weak authentication system to get permission to access e-learning contents or more sensitive contents such as tests, an advanced remote authentication system is necessary due to the limitation of one-time authentication based on password or Personal Identification Number (PIN). To provide the continuous personal identification, the authors present the possibility of cognitive biometric applications by combining both eye tracking and Event Relevant Potential (ERP) signal of brain waves. To show the possibility of ERP 300 application, the experimental results of gender differences to information technology terminologies presented as target stimulus, and the analyzed results show that P300 can be useful as a continuous authentication method in e-learning systems.

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