|Title||A Privacy-Aware Continuous Authentication Scheme for Proximity-Based Access Control|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||I. Agudo, R. Rios, and J. Lopez|
|Journal||Computers & Security|
Continuous authentication is mainly associated with the use of biometrics to guarantee that a resource is being accessed by the same user throughout the usage period. Wireless devices can also serve as a supporting technology for continuous authentication or even as a complete alternative to biometrics when accessing proximity-based services. In this paper we present the implementation of a secure, non-invasive continuous authentication scheme supported by the use of Wearable Wireless Devices (WWD), which allow users to gain access to proximity-based services while preserving their privacy. Additionally we devise an improved scheme that circumvents some of the limitations of our implementation.
A Privacy-Aware Continuous Authentication Scheme for Proximity-Based Access Control