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What Is The Security Risk Of Face Recognition?
Source:Original | Author:Calio Huang of C&T RF Antennas Inc | Publish time: 2020-01-01 | 618 Views | Share:

What is the security risk of face recognition?--C&T RF Antennas Inc

On December 12, 2019, Fortune Magazine reported that Kneron, an artificial intelligence company in San Diego, USA, has used high-definition 3D masks and photos to deceive China, including WeChat, Alipay, and Chinese train stations. As a result, some discussions on the security of face recognition have been initiated.

3D mask cracking face recognition is more a test behavior than a real risk

From the perspective of authentication technology, multiple dimensions are often constrained together to verify one's identity at the same time. Our mobile payment actually has triple protection. First, people don't give their phones to other people, they will be protected; second, they usually set a power-on password. The protection provided by these power-on passwords is very strong. Like Apple's privacy protection mechanism, even the FBI and CIA have no way. All these levels have passed, and finally, it is WeChat and Alipay's face recognition. Behind this, there are protection measures such as information about potential behaviors, common locations, and time, and restrictions on payment amounts. Therefore, in this crack, the first few levels are cooperated by the user, and then directly enter the test face recognition. Therefore, from the perspective of security, it is more a test behavior than actual risk. Therefore, from the practical level of practical life, consumers need not worry too much.

However, some thoughtful thoughts that have been expanded from this may wish to "concern" a little.

Previously, a zoo in Hangzhou wanted to change the previous fingerprint admission certification to face recognition certification. A professor at Zhejiang University of Science and Technology who had already applied for an annual card brought the park to court because the reason was that you did n’t ask for my opinion. By default, we all agreed to provide you with facial information? The park was still quite confused at first, why do you think the fingerprint phone number is not a big problem, but when it comes to "face recognition" everyone exclaims "my privacy data has been stolen ".