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Secure biometric information delivery scheme of implantable device using code-division multiplexing method
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 3,  2016, pp.235-241
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.3.235
 Title & Authors
Secure biometric information delivery scheme of implantable device using code-division multiplexing method
Jeong, Yoon-Su;
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 Abstract
Among recent issues emerging in the areas related to the society, health has received the most attention. In this paper, for a patient unable to do self-care because of worsened diseases, a biological information transfer method is proposed by which the disease information can be securely managed, by attaching an implantable device into the body. Our method object of the invention is to prevent a third party from illegally intercepting and interfering with the biological information attached to the insertion device in the body. In the proposed technique to improve the safety of the patient between the hospital and physician by assigning each code to the biometric information of the patient in order to prevent a third party tapping and interfering. In addition, our method is assigned a code necessary for encoding in advance to confirm the biological information between the patient and the hospital (doctor) in a manner dividing the bio-information code. In particular, the proposed technique makes a third party unable to illegally tap or interfere in, by previously generating a code used for encoding so that it can be stored in the database of the hospital, which not only decreased hospital care time to 6.9%, but also increased work efficiency rate up to 12.7%.
 Keywords
Healthcare;Implantable Device;Hospital Service;Patient;Code Distribution Method;
 Language
Korean
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