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7th SPRINGEROPEN EURASIP JIVP's Free Web conferencing (May 6, 2021)

26 Avril 2021


Catégorie : Autres événements


Date: Thu. May 6, 2021.

Time: [06:30 a.m. New-York] – [12:30 p.m. Paris] - [6:30 p.m. Beijing] - [7:30 p.m. Tokyo]
To join the webinar, it is required to pre-register. The registration form can be found at: https://forms.gle/8QkWNvnGMawSJaD86.
 
Real or Fake? The Future of Biometric Data Protection
Isao Echizen, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
 

Title: Real or Fake? The Future of Biometric Data Protection

 

Speaker: Isao Echizen, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Abstract The dramatic spread of smartphones equipped with high performance sensors has enabled filming and recording of other people's faces and voices, and even collection of large quantities of biometric data such as fingerprints and irises. These can also be shared in cyberspace, not only violating privacy but also illustrating the risk of breaches of biometric authentication. This high-quality biometric data can be used as learning data, making it easy to create high-quality fake media such as deepfakes, which may negatively impact people's ability to make decisions. This talk will outline these threats and introduce technology for users to control distribution of their own biometric data in cyberspace and technology for detecting fake media.

Short bio.: Isao Echizen received B.S., M.S., and D.E. degrees from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, in 1995, 1997, and 2003, respectively. He joined Hitachi, Ltd. in 1997 and until 2007 was a research engineer in the company's systems development laboratory. He is currently a director and a professor of the Information and Society Research Division, the National Institute of Informatics (NII), and a professor in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Japan. He is currently engaged in research on multimedia security and multimedia forensics. He currently serves as a research director in CREST Trusted quality AI systems project, JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency). He received the Best Paper Award from the IPSJ in 2005 and 2014, the Fujio Frontier Award and the Image Electronics Technology Award in 2010, the One of the Best Papers Award from the Information Security and Privacy Conference in 2011, the IPSJ Nagao Special Researcher Award in 2011, the DOCOMO Mobile Science Award in 2014, the Information Security Cultural Award in 2016, and the IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security Best Paper Award in 2017. He was a member of the Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee and the IEEE Signal Processing Society. He is the Japanese representative on IFIP TC11 (Security and Privacy Protection in Information Processing Systems) and an editorial board member of the EURASIP Journal on Image and Video processing.