Evolution of Electronic Passport Scheme Using Cryptographic Protocol Along With Biometrics Authentication System

Millions of citizens around the world have already acquired their new electronic passport. The e-passport is equipped with contact-less chip which stores personal data of the passport holder, information about the passport and the issuing institution, as well as with a multiple biometrics enabling cryptographic functionality. Countries are required to build a Public Key Infrastructure, biometric and Radio Frequency Identification to support various cryptographic, as this is considered the basic tools to prove the authenticity and integrity of the Machine Readable Travel Documents. The large-scale worldwide PKI is construction, by means of bilateral trust relationships between Countries. Investigate the good practices, which are essential for the establishment of a global identification scheme based on e-passports.

Provided by: mecs-press Topic: Security Date Added: Mar 2012 Format: PDF

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