A security boost for Europe’s biometrics market
To combat rising security challenges, the global market for biometric technologies is growing at a fast pace. It includes all processes used to recognise, authenticate and identify persons based on physical and/or behavioural characteristics. The EU-funded TReSPAsS-ETN project will deliver a new type of security protection (through generalised presentation attack detection (PAD) technologies) and privacy preservation (through computationally feasible encryption solutions). The TReSPAsS-ETN Marie Skłodowska-Curie early training network will couple specific technical and transferable skills training including entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, management and communications with secondments to industry. A cohort of early stage researchers will be equipped with the necessary skill set and capacity to innovate the next generation of secure and privacy-preserving biometrics technologies.
Call for proposal
See other projects for this call
Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks