Accessing the Paris 2024 Olympics will be guarded by a Blockchain watchdog. Uniris uses biometrics to identify every entrant without a privacy disclosure.
What does this label mean?
This granting is provided by experts in the security and biometrics field. The label is valid for 5 years which means that Uniris must provide security to all important events and at most, the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Blockchain is finally seen as a security provider for big international events and not cases like supply chains.
As per Mr. DUPONT-RAOSETA’s Medium account, the Blockchain company’s CEO:
“The LABEL, led by the Strategic Committee of the Security Industries Sector (CSF) part of the French National Council of Industry, aims to identify solutions that can contribute to the security of major events such as the Olympic Games Paris 2024. All the labeled solutions will make it possible to build an industrial base of offers, supporting the growth and work of the sector.”
“Following a Call for Expression of Interest, the LABEL is awarded by the CSF after examination of the application by a group of independent experts, including business experts, users of solutions for the security of major events, as well as technical experts. It is granted for a period of 5 years.”
What does Uniris actually do?
The technology behind Uniris contains full physical and internet access with body identity of the individual. This is used for access to high security or critical areas and there can be a QR code used to make pre-provisioned payments. The Uniris network is based on non-permission terms and can handle a great deal of sketchy miners with minimizing fraud risks. It’s easy to manage access when the smart contracts can upgrade and the keys are distributed among permission-granted groups. This way a security agent won’t have permission for accessing the private information and checking if an individual needs any frisking.
So how does privacy disclosure and biometrics without storage of keys work?
Uniris is based on privacy guards. Identification is not based on something to memorize or a subject of possessing an object. This all happens on a technology that basically uses the human body for identification purposes.
After a quick finger scan, a series of keys will be generated and their locks will be used for encrypting data (with the key deleted after use). As soon as a familiar finger is presented, the associated data is unlocked and the person is identified. This is due to the venous network that is unique for every person and no photo can trick the system.
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