U susret razvoju spremnosti za primenu principa elektronskog poslovanja za razmenu biometrijskih podataka koji se vode u automatizovanim sistemima kao osnova za utvrđivanje identiteta lica

  • Snezana Stojicic MoI
  • Nataša Petrović
  • Radovan Radovanović
Keywords: identification, biometric data, Afis and fiis, interoperability, police cooperation, traces, data exchange

Abstract

Some of the classical methods of identification, which according to the general characteristics of biometrics, acquire a completely new meaning in the digital environment. Namely, the development aimed at achieving interoperability, standardization and application of the principles of electronic business in the environment of modern technological solutions enables identification methods based on biometric data to experience their flourishing and new affirmation. The technical technological solution of the system for AFIS (Automated finger identification system) and FIIS (Facial image identification system) are systems that are being developed as one of the answers to the need for quick identification of persons. The application of the system for automatic identification of persons with the help of fingerprints and photographs modernizes and improves the work and efficiency of the work of police around the world and other investigative bodies in order to combat crime. The exchange of data between automated identification systems based on biometric data is one of the current challenges, especially in the field of international police cooperation. The possibilities of these systems for the needs of the civil sector in the form of introduction of security systems, entrance control, secure identification of persons in the banking sector, etc. were also recognized. With the introduction of these systems in the Republic of Serbia and their improvement based on the application of the principles of electronic business, the preconditions for harmonization with standards and exchange of data according to European and world standards, as well as for preventing misuse of personal identity data. To meet the development of readiness to apply the principles of electronic business for the exchange of biometric data kept in automated systems as a basis for determining the identity of persons, the need to connect in existing systems for exchanging dactyloscopic and other data internationally such as Prum and EURODAC was recognized.

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Published
2020-11-27
Section
Informatics and Applied Mathematics in Forensic, Cybercrime and Security Science