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Nagarajan Viswanathan
I would say that those people who are somebody working/configuring biometric/testing should provide their inputs to this question.


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Marouane,

Your reply has me wondering if a contract lenses could with a printed iris
could fool an iris scanner.

Same question for retinal scanner.

Seems to me a contact lens or change in contact lens prescription would
distort and cause a false negative.


I don't know if it's possible, I'm just asking.





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Just to add some points here.
Iris pattern never changes with age.the pattern is intact even after a human
dies.thus the identity is maintained over age. But the bio metric machine
can be fooled with a high res image of iris.

The retina's response also never changes with age,but it gives a different
response with diseases like cateract.this is the only factor that can cause
error.
however the biometric scanner can never be fooled as it needs a live human
tissue response.
So in terms of accuracy and authenticity, retina scan method wins over iris.

Regards,
Bijesh Kallyat

On Jan 20, 2014 8:52 PM, "Marouane" <[hidden email]> wrote:

For the purpose of CISSP, I would go for Iris for the purpose of order of
effectiveness, and Retina for the purpose of order of acceptance.

Marouane





On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:42 AM, Sandesh Yadav <[hidden email]>
wrote:

Dear sam,

I will go for retina scan.

w.r.

Sandesh



On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 10:23 AM, abid James
<[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
scan is the most. Now in case what option is correct choice to choose from
some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

regards
Sam



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In preparing for this exam your goal should be passing the exam, not
necessarily knowing what the facts are.  (Remember the facts change faster
than the exam.)  Don't confuse the two objectives.  To pass the exam the
correct answer what's in the official ISC2 book which may or not reflect the
current state of security for biometrics.







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I also agree,

when in doubt refer to the official ISC2 book where it is retina.

Best regards

Clement






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On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:42 AM, Sandesh Yadav <[hidden email]>
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Dear sam,

I will go for retina scan.

w.r.

Sandesh



On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 10:23 AM, abid James
<[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
scan is the most. Now in case what option is correct choice to choose from
some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

regards
Sam



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Marouane
I would say depending up on several factors such as:

  1. The type of contact lenses (e.g., transparent, colored)
  2. The quality of the print
  3. The capability of the iris scanner to detect the heartbeat in the eye.
  4. The patterns in the iris or retina may be also be affected by the contact lenses as well as eye diseases.


On another note, and for the sake of the CISSP exam, I highly recommend one to start thinking as a risk adviser. You don't have to know all the greatest and latest security facts to pass the exam. Concentrate on the ISC2 CBK, and what is in there. Yes, it is great to know the bleeding edge of security and technology, but that is something that will be beneficial for you in your career in general and not necessarily for CISSP.

Last but not least, please keep in mind that security transcends technology in the CISSP world. That's what I learned from my experience.

Marouane (aka - Mar1)



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I would say that those people who are somebody working/configuring biometric/testing should provide their inputs to this question.


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Marouane,

Your reply has me wondering if a contract lenses could with a printed iris
could fool an iris scanner.

Same question for retinal scanner.

Seems to me a contact lens or change in contact lens prescription would
distort and cause a false negative.


I don't know if it's possible, I'm just asking.





From: CISSPstudy [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Bijesh
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 8:45 AM
To: The CISSP Study Mailing list
Subject: Re: [CCCure CISSP] biometric question



Just to add some points here.
Iris pattern never changes with age.the pattern is intact even after a human
dies.thus the identity is maintained over age. But the bio metric machine
can be fooled with a high res image of iris.

The retina's response also never changes with age,but it gives a different
response with diseases like cateract.this is the only factor that can cause
error.
however the biometric scanner can never be fooled as it needs a live human
tissue response.
So in terms of accuracy and authenticity, retina scan method wins over iris.

Regards,
Bijesh Kallyat

On Jan 20, 2014 8:52 PM, "Marouane" <[hidden email]> wrote:

For the purpose of CISSP, I would go for Iris for the purpose of order of
effectiveness, and Retina for the purpose of order of acceptance.

Marouane





On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:42 AM, Sandesh Yadav <[hidden email]>
wrote:

Dear sam,

I will go for retina scan.

w.r.

Sandesh



On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 10:23 AM, abid James
<[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
scan is the most. Now in case what option is correct choice to choose from
some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

regards
Sam



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In preparing for this exam your goal should be passing the exam, not
necessarily knowing what the facts are.  (Remember the facts change faster
than the exam.)  Don't confuse the two objectives.  To pass the exam the
correct answer what's in the official ISC2 book which may or not reflect the
current state of security for biometrics.







From: CISSPstudy [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Clement
Dupuis
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 7:21 AM
To: The CISSP Study Mailing list
Subject: Re: [CCCure CISSP] biometric question



I also agree,

when in doubt refer to the official ISC2 book where it is retina.

Best regards

Clement






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GCFW, GCIA, Security+ 301, CEH V7, CCSA, CCSE,  + 12 others

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On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:42 AM, Sandesh Yadav <[hidden email]>
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Dear sam,

I will go for retina scan.

w.r.

Sandesh



On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 10:23 AM, abid James
<[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
scan is the most. Now in case what option is correct choice to choose from
some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

regards
Sam



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Doug Spindler
Your number three  I think is incorrect.  The iris does not have a blood supply to it so it would be impossible to detect a heart beat in the iriis.  The retina does have a blood supply to it and would have a heart beat.  The pattern of blood vessels is what is being measured.  

I'm wondering if something like Google Goggles could fake out a retinal scanner?  The micro-screen could play back the retinal image in the in the googles and possible fake it out.




On Jan 21, 2014, at 8:14, Marouane <[hidden email]> wrote:

I would say depending up on several factors such as:

  1. The type of contact lenses (e.g., transparent, colored)
  2. The quality of the print
  3. The capability of the iris scanner to detect the heartbeat in the eye.
  4. The patterns in the iris or retina may be also be affected by the contact lenses as well as eye diseases.


On another note, and for the sake of the CISSP exam, I highly recommend one to start thinking as a risk adviser. You don't have to know all the greatest and latest security facts to pass the exam. Concentrate on the ISC2 CBK, and what is in there. Yes, it is great to know the bleeding edge of security and technology, but that is something that will be beneficial for you in your career in general and not necessarily for CISSP.

Last but not least, please keep in mind that security transcends technology in the CISSP world. That's what I learned from my experience.

Marouane (aka - Mar1)



On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 2:06 AM, Nagarajan Viswanathan <[hidden email]> wrote:
I would say that those people who are somebody working/configuring biometric/testing should provide their inputs to this question.


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Marouane,

Your reply has me wondering if a contract lenses could with a printed iris
could fool an iris scanner.

Same question for retinal scanner.

Seems to me a contact lens or change in contact lens prescription would
distort and cause a false negative.


I don't know if it's possible, I'm just asking.





From: CISSPstudy [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Bijesh
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 8:45 AM
To: The CISSP Study Mailing list
Subject: Re: [CCCure CISSP] biometric question



Just to add some points here.
Iris pattern never changes with age.the pattern is intact even after a human
dies.thus the identity is maintained over age. But the bio metric machine
can be fooled with a high res image of iris.

The retina's response also never changes with age,but it gives a different
response with diseases like cateract.this is the only factor that can cause
error.
however the biometric scanner can never be fooled as it needs a live human
tissue response.
So in terms of accuracy and authenticity, retina scan method wins over iris.

Regards,
Bijesh Kallyat

On Jan 20, 2014 8:52 PM, "Marouane" <[hidden email]> wrote:

For the purpose of CISSP, I would go for Iris for the purpose of order of
effectiveness, and Retina for the purpose of order of acceptance.

Marouane





On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 8:42 AM, Sandesh Yadav <[hidden email]>
wrote:

Dear sam,

I will go for retina scan.

w.r.

Sandesh



On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 10:23 AM, abid James
<[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
scan is the most. Now in case what option is correct choice to choose from
some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

regards
Sam



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In preparing for this exam your goal should be passing the exam, not
necessarily knowing what the facts are.  (Remember the facts change faster
than the exam.)  Don't confuse the two objectives.  To pass the exam the
correct answer what's in the official ISC2 book which may or not reflect the
current state of security for biometrics.







From: CISSPstudy [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Clement
Dupuis
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 7:21 AM
To: The CISSP Study Mailing list
Subject: Re: [CCCure CISSP] biometric question



I also agree,

when in doubt refer to the official ISC2 book where it is retina.

Best regards

Clement






Clement Dupuis, CD

Chief Learning Officer (CLO) and Security Evangelist
GCFW, GCIA, Security+ 301, CEH V7, CCSA, CCSE,  + 12 others

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I will go for retina scan.

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Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
scan is the most. Now in case what option is correct choice to choose from
some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

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Re: [CCCure CISSP] CISSPstudy Digest, Vol 67, Issue 7

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If their answers differ from the test answer the test taker will get it wrong.  Best to study from the book to get the correct answer even if it's the "wrong" answer in real life.




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I would say that those people who are somebody working/configuring biometric/testing should provide their inputs to this question.


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Marouane,

Your reply has me wondering if a contract lenses could with a printed iris
could fool an iris scanner.

Same question for retinal scanner.

Seems to me a contact lens or change in contact lens prescription would
distort and cause a false negative.


I don't know if it's possible, I'm just asking.





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Just to add some points here.
Iris pattern never changes with age.the pattern is intact even after a human
dies.thus the identity is maintained over age. But the bio metric machine
can be fooled with a high res image of iris.

The retina's response also never changes with age,but it gives a different
response with diseases like cateract.this is the only factor that can cause
error.
however the biometric scanner can never be fooled as it needs a live human
tissue response.
So in terms of accuracy and authenticity, retina scan method wins over iris.

Regards,
Bijesh Kallyat

On Jan 20, 2014 8:52 PM, "Marouane" <[hidden email]> wrote:

For the purpose of CISSP, I would go for Iris for the purpose of order of
effectiveness, and Retina for the purpose of order of acceptance.

Marouane





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Dear sam,

I will go for retina scan.

w.r.

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Hello All,

I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
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some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

Could  u please help.

regards
Sam



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In preparing for this exam your goal should be passing the exam, not
necessarily knowing what the facts are.  (Remember the facts change faster
than the exam.)  Don't confuse the two objectives.  To pass the exam the
correct answer what's in the official ISC2 book which may or not reflect the
current state of security for biometrics.







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I also agree,

when in doubt refer to the official ISC2 book where it is retina.

Best regards

Clement






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I will go for retina scan.

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I have a question about biometric accuracy as per Shon Harris 6th Edition
she says Iris scan is the most accurate . However, other people say Retina
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some quiz it is retina and other it is iris

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