In this talk Dr Max Smith-Creasey will explore the emerging technologies that will change the way we authenticate ourselves in the future.
He will firstly explore the issues with current authentication mechanisms. Secondly, he will introduce the concept of continuous biometric authentication and discuss how such a concept is realised in practice. Lastly, he will cover some of the state-of-the-art works in this field and discuss the emerging research problems in the area.
About the speaker:
Dr Max Smith-Creasey is a Security Research Specialist at British Telecommunications. He received a BSc (Hons) degree from King’s College, University of London in 2014.
In 2020 he was awarded a PhD in Information Engineering from City, University of London. His research revolves around the utilisation of biometrics for enhancing authentication and identification technologies. He has published his work in leading cyber security journals and international conferences. Several patent applications have been made based on the research he has conducted.