Seeking study participants for biometric device security study

The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory is conducting a research study to evaluate the security of commercial and prototype biometric finger, iris, and face recognition systems. The study will test the ability of the systems to recognize presentation attacks (spoofs). The estimated time commitment is four hours; compensation is $125. The study will be conducted in November and December.

Please visit the SecureUS Study website for more information and to sign up. The study is open to all JHU community members except employees of the Applied Physics Laboratory.