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CEN/TS 17631

Personal identification - Biometric group access control

active, Most Current
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 June 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Identification cards. Chip cards. Biometrics): 35.240.15
scope:

This document provides guidance on providing access:

- to areas with physical access control, e.g. entertainment facilities, train stations, shops, libraries, banks, or border control,

- for small groups of persons, e.g. families with small children or seniors, or other accompanied persons in need of support,

- by means of biometric authentication technologies, e.g. facial, fingerprint, or vein recognition,

- in the European regulatory context.

The document addresses the following aspects, which are specific for biometric and group access:

- accessibility and usability,

- user guidance including group guidance and interaction control,

- privacy including data set content,

- presentation attack detection,

- applicable biometric technologies,

- storage of reference data,

- biometric process integration,

- specific needs considering biometrics for groups,

- biometric performance and error rates, and

- group internal linkage.

The following aspects which reflect on generic access control issues are out of scope:

- IT security,

- application specific physical security,

- policy definition,

- processes not related to biometric authentication, and

- specific performance requirements of identification (1:N) and verification (1:1) applications.

Document History

CEN/TS 17631
June 1, 2021
Personal identification - Biometric group access control
This document provides guidance on providing access: — to areas with physical access control, e.g. entertainment facilities, train stations, shops, libraries, banks, or border control, — for small...

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