Privacy Threat of Keystroke Profiling on the Web
| DATE: 21 August 2019
PLACE: Kristan Nygaards Hall (Room 5370), IFI, UiO - OJD House .
- TALK: Privacy Threat of Keystroke Profiling on the Web
SPEAKER: Denis Migdal (ENSICAEN)
ABSTRACT: In a browser environment, Keystroke Dynamics (the way of typing on a keyboard) is a biometric modality which can be used by any Web service to profile users. The collection of keystroke dynamics does not require any additional sensors and can be collected without the users' knowledge. Keystroke Dynamics can be used to authenticate users, but also to profile otherwise anonymous web users, and thereby represents a privacy threat. This talk first discusses the performance of Keystroke Dynamics and how it poses a serious threat to users privacy. The talk then discusses several potential real-time methods for anonymization of Keystroke Dynamics, and gives some recommendations for building and implementing Keystroke Dynamics Anonymization Systems.
Denis Migdal is PhD student at ENSICAEN in Caen, France. His PhD research project focuses on biometric keystroke dynamics and methods to strengthen online trust and privacy. Denis is currently a research visitor to the Information and Cyber Security Research Group at UiO.
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