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Brain Waves Control Devices with Brain Computer Interface (BCI): Implications on Security and Privacy

EasyChair Preprint no. 4566

22 pagesDate: November 16, 2020

Abstract

Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology represents a highly growing field of research with application systems. BCI systems typically receive unique brain signals and processes them translate them into commands to output devices which carries out desirable actions. On the same token, BCI presents an opportunity to augment existing authentication methods to address various security and privacy concerns inundating the marketplace. Although Brain Waves Control Devices as potential biometric for person identification in addressing privacy and security concerns has been extensively studied, the role of BCI in addressing security concerns using Brain Waves Control Devices is relatively in its infancy. We found that the implementation of BCI system in the context of Brain Waves Control Devices in addressing security and privacy concerns is currently at its infancy. In this paper, we also examined 20 mainstream Brain Waves Control Devices in the form of electroencephalography (EEG) in relation to its potential use with BCI to potentially address security and privacy concerns. We conclude that there is still much work that needs to be done when interpreting results from mainstream Brain Waves Control Devices in the context of BCI systems to effectively address security and privacy concerns. However, BCI offers the best possible hope and opportunity to optimises brain signals using signal processing and decoding techniques as feedback mechanisms to improve the performance of the BCI applications and realise the overarching goal of addressing privacy and security concerns.

Keyphrases: BCI (Brain Computer Interface), Brain Waves Control Devices, Security and Privacy

BibTeX entry
BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
@Booklet{EasyChair:4566,
  author = {Kang Xiaoxi and Dini Oktarina Dwi Handayani and Sanath Sukumaran and Norhidayah Hamzah and Hamwira Yacoob},
  title = {Brain Waves Control Devices with Brain Computer Interface (BCI): Implications on Security and Privacy},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 4566},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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