Standards


GOST R ISO / IEC 11694-6-2017 Identification cards. Optical memory cards. Linear data recording method. Part 6. Use of biometric data on optical memory cards

Brief description
This standard is identical to the international standard ISO / IEC 11694-6: 2014 “Identification cards. Optical memory cards. Linear data recording method. Part 6. Use of biometrics on an optical memory card ”(ISO / IEC 11694-6: 2014“ Identification cards – Optical memory cards – Linear recording method – Part 6: Use of biometrics on an optical memory card ”, IDT).
When applying this standard, it is recommended to use, instead of reference international standards, the corresponding national standards of the Russian Federation, information about which is given in Appendix 8 YES
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GOST R ISO / IEC 17839-1-2017 Information technology. Biometric system on the ID card. Part 1. Basic requirements

Brief description
This standard is identical to the international standard ISO / IEC 17839-1: 2014 “Information technology. Biometric system on the ID card. Part 1. Basic requirements “(ISO / IEC 17839-1: 2014” Information technology – Biometric System-on-Card – Part 1: Core requirements “, IDT). When applying this standard, it is recommended to use, instead of the reference international standards, the corresponding national standards, details of which are given in the additional annex YES
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GOST ISO/IEC 19794-1:2015 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 1. Structure»

Brief description
The standard provides a description of the General aspects and requirements for interchange formats biometric data and identified the elements interchange formats biometric data, content, value and presentation formats for the exchange of biometric data, which are discussed in more detail in separate parts of the complex standards ISO/IEC 19794.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-2:2013 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 2. The image data of the fingerprint – checkpoint»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of data exchange checkpoints, which is necessary for the interaction of biometric systems at different levels. These requirements apply to systems or components of systems associated with the creation, processing, and storage of checkpoint data. The technology of presenting fingerprint data as control points is widely used in many application areas.
The standard establishes rules for extracting control points from the papillary pattern of the fingerprint. These rules include a description of the type of control point found, a method for determining its location in the image, a definition of the coordinate system used, and a method for calculating the angle of direction of the control point.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-3:2009 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 3. Spectral fingerprint image data»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of the exchange of spectral data of the fingerprint image, which allows for a more compact representation of the data compared to the exchange of the original images.
As a method for determining spectral components, this standard uses a discrete Fourier transform and a transformation using Gabor filter components. To obtain spectral data, an entire image or image cells (overlapping or non-overlapping) of the same size are used, independent of the specific image and not changing within it. The original fingerprint image must be grayscale.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-5:2013 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 5. The image data of the face»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of the exchange of facial image data (in 2D and 3D). In order to ensure the operation of applications on various devices, including those with limited resources for data storage, as well as to improve the accuracy of facial recognition, in addition to the data format, the standard establishes requirements for the conditions of image acquisition (lighting, head position, facial expression, etc.), photography (camera location, focus, etc.) and digital image parameters (image resolution, image size, etc.). D.), as well as requirements to ensure the best method of organizing face photography.
The standard defines the appropriate face image types to identify categories that meet the requirements of different applications.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-7:2017 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 7. Signature dynamics data»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for formats for exchanging signature dynamics data recorded as a multidimensional time sequence using devices such as tablets or professional pen systems. The signature exchange formats described in the standard are basic, i.e. they can be applied to a number of application areas where handwritten signatures are used.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-8:2015 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 8. The image data of the fingerprint skeleton»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of biometric data exchange for fingerprint skeleton recognition algorithms. Fingerprint recognition algorithms process portions of images of biometric objects. These algorithms have shown good results when working with labor-intensive, but commercially-popular formats of fingerprint sensors, such as sensors with a small registration area and sensors with broach technology.
The interchange format defined in the standard describes all fingerprint characteristics stored in the data record. Thus, it allows you to extract both spectral information (direction, frequency, phase, etc.) and fingerprint characteristics (control points, core, comb count, etc.). Conversions such as offset and rotation are also consistent with the standard format.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-10:2010 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 10. The geometry of the contour of the hand»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of data exchange of the geometry of the contour of the hand (biometric data block in a single structure of the format of exchange of biometric data).
This information is intended for exchange between organizations that use automated devices and systems for identification or verification of the geometry of the contour of the hand.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-11:2015 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 11. The processed data of the dynamics of the signature»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of exchange of processed data and signatures. The processed signature dynamics data is calculated from the signature in the form of a time sequence recorded by biometric signature scanners (tablets, pen-pen computing devices or professional pen systems).
The exchange format described in the standard is basic, i.e. it can be applied to a number of application areas in which handwritten signatures are used.
The standard contains definitions of the terms used, a description of the data processed for the signature, a description of the data storage format, and recommendations for determining the suitability of the signature for identification purposes using this standard.
In accordance with the requirements of the standard, stored and transmitted biometric data must contain information about the time of registration, as well as be encrypted to ensure authenticity, integrity and confidentiality, but these issues are not addressed in this standard.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19794-14:2017 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Formats of biometric data exchange. Part 14. DNA evidence»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of DNA data exchange for identification or verification technologies.
The standard provides for the exchange and use of DNA profile data for comparison (subject to confidentiality rules) with DNA profile data obtained by any other system with compatible DNA profiling methods and biometric data exchange format corresponding to this standard.
The standard applies to current forensic DNA profiling or DNA typing methods based on short tandem repeats (CTP), including y-chromosome CTP (Y-CTP) and mitochondrial DNA.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19795-1:2007 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Operational tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 1. Principles and structure»

Brief description
The standard sets out the General requirements for performance testing of biometric systems, performance characteristics, as well as requirements for data recording and presentation of test results.
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OST R ISO / IEC 19795-2-2008 Automatic identification. Biometric identification. Performance tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 2. Methodology for conducting technological and scenario tests

Brief description
This International Standard is part of a set of standards and technical reports that have been developed by the ISO/IEC STK1/PK37 subcommittee to establish requirements for automatic identification based on biometric characteristics.
The standard establishes general requirements for the development, conduct and presentation of the results of two main types of operational tests of biometric systems – technological and scenario.
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GOST R ISO/IEC TO 19795-3:2009 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Operational tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 3. Features of testing under different biometric modalities»

Brief description
The standard is intended for use in the development of methods for testing biometric systems with different biometric modalities. The standard provides recommendations for the development of tests to determine the technical performance of biometric systems, taking into account the features of the biometric modality.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19795-4:2011 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Operational tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 4. Compatibility tests»

Brief description
The standard establishes General requirements for testing to assess the degree of compatibility, sufficiency and absolute and relative performance of heterogeneous biometric systems using approved standards (in particular, ISO/IEC 19794 standards) formats for the exchange of biometric data.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19795-6:2015 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Operational tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 6. Operational testing methodology»

Brief description
The standard establishes General requirements for the development, conduct and presentation of operational test results.
Operational testing differs from technological and scenario testing in that the subject base, external conditions and design of the biometric system are no longer controlled to implement reproducible tests, but are modified according to the use of the biometric system in operation.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19784-1:2007 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Biometric software interface. Part 1. Specification»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the application software interface and the service provider interface used as standard biometric system interfaces, allowing you to create a biometric system using components manufactured by different manufacturers.
The provisions of the standard can be applied to various biometric technologies and systems for various purposes: from personal identification devices and network security systems to large-scale complex identification systems.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19784-2:2010 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Biometric software interface. Part 2. Archive biometric function provider interface»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the interface of the provider of the biometric archive function.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19784-4:2014 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Biometric software interface. Part 4. Biometric sensor function provider interface»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the biometric sensor interface for the biometric service provider (PBU), which is defined in ISO/IEC 19784-1. The standard describes an interface that can be used by all types of biometric sensors, including image streaming sensors (infrared, face, iris, finger, etc.), voice streaming sensors, and signature sensors (digital tablets used to collect dynamic signature data).
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19785-2:2008 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Unified structure of biometric data exchange formats. Part 2. Procedures for actions of the registration authority in the field of biometrics»

Brief description
The standard establishes the requirements for the procedure of actions to be performed by the registration authority in the field of biometrics in preparation for the registration, support and publication of the registers of identifiers of the leading organization ESFOBD, BBD, BZI and biometric products.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 19785-4:2012 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Unified structure of biometric data exchange formats. Part 4. Specification of information security block format»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the formats of BZI (according to ISO/IEC 19785-1).
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GOST ISO/IEC 2382-37:2016 «Information technologies. Dictionary. Part 37. Biometrics»

Brief description
The standard establishes the terms and definitions in the field of biometrics related to human recognition, as well as the various terms used in the existing biometric standards.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 24708:2013 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Bioapi internetworking Protocol»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for:
– syntax, semantics, and encoding requirements for a number of messages (BioAPI PMO messages) that allow relevant BioAPI applications to query biometric operations in the relevant biometric service provider (PBU) using a node or process boundary, and to receive information about events occurring in remote PBUs;
– to an extension for the architecture and behavior of the BioAPI structure that governs the creation, processing, sending and receiving of BioAPI PMO messages;
– to use any of several public transport protocols to transfer bioapi PMO messages between two software objects.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 24709-1:2009 «Automatic identification. Identification is biometric. Compliance testing for biometric application programming interface (BioAPI). Part 1. Methods and procedures»

Brief description
The standard sets out the requirements for the structure, test methods and criteria required to test biometric products for compliance with the BioAPI specification.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 24709-2:2011 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Compliance testing for biometric application programming interface (BioAPI). Part 2. Test approvals for biometric service providers»

Brief description
The standard establishes test statements written in the language defined in ISO/IEC 24709-1.The standard also establishes five subsets of test statements for each of the five PBU compliance subclasses corresponding to those in ISO/IEC 19784-1.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 24709-3:2013 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Compliance testing for biometric application programming interface (BioAPI). Part 3. Test approvals for BioAPI infrastructures»

Brief description
The standard establishes test statements written in the language defined in ISO/IEC 24709-1, as well as all test statements intended for use in testing for compliance with ISO/IEC 19784-1 BioAPI infrastructures (BioAPI 2.0).
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GOST ISO/IEC 24713-1:2013 «Information technologies. Biometric profiles for interaction and data exchange. Part 1. General architecture of biometric systems and biometric profiles»

Brief description
The standard establishes the requirements for the functional units and components of the unified biometric system and the individual characteristics of each component. This standard describes a common unified biometric reference architecture that includes appropriate biometric reference standards relevant to the field of biometrics to enable interoperability and data exchange.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 24713-2:2011 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Biometric profiles for interaction and data exchange. Part 2. Physical access control of airport employees»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for a biometric profile, which includes the necessary parameters and interfaces for the interaction of functional modules (that is, BioAPI-based modules and the external interface), to maintain biometric identification and verification of employees carried out using tokens at local access points (doors or other controlled entrances) and along local borders within a certain controlled area at the airport.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 24713-3:2016 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Biometric profiles for interaction and data exchange. Part 3. Biometric verification and identification of seafarers»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for a biometric profile, including data exchange formats, system requirements, and biometric procedures for seafarers ‘ identity cards.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-1:2012 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 1. General methodology for conformance testing»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for test types and test methods for compliance records for the exchange of biometric data in accordance with the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794 or computational algorithms for creating records for the exchange of biometric data. The standard defines two types (A and B) and three levels (1, 2 and 3) of compliance tests.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-4:2015 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 4. Image data fingerprint»

Brief description
The standard sets out requirements for elements of the conformity test methodology, test approvals and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-4.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-5:2013 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 5. The image data of the face»

Brief description
The standard sets out requirements for elements of the conformity test methodology, test approvals and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-5.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-6:2016 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 6. The image data of the iris»

Brief description
The standard sets out requirements for elements of the conformity test methodology, test approvals and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-5.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-7:2016 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 7. Signature dynamics data»

Brief description
The standard sets out requirements for elements of the conformity test methodology, test approvals and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-7.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-8:2016 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 8. The image data of the fingerprint skeleton»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the elements of the conformity test methodology, test procedures and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-8.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-9:2017 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 9. The image data of the vascular bed»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the elements of the conformity test methodology, test procedures and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-9.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29109-10:2017 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Testing methodology for compliance with the formats of exchange of biometric data defined in the set of standards ISO/IEC 19794. Part 10. The geometry of the contour of the hand»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the elements of the conformity test methodology, test approvals and test procedures in relation to ISO/IEC 19794-10.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29141:2012 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Simultaneous acquisition of fingerprint images using BioAPI»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of the biometric data block used to interact with The bioapi infrastructure (and, therefore, with the biometric service provider) in order to support an application that simultaneously receives images of fingerprints.
The standard establishes requirements for the data collection control unit and the output data unit, which must be supported by biometric service providers.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29159-1:2017 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Calibration, augmentation and integration of the data in biometrics. Part 1. The format of Association data»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for the data aggregation format in biometrics, which establishes machine-readable data formats for describing statistical data of comparison results submitted to the input of the aggregation process.
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GOST R ISO/IEC 29794-1:2018 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Quality of biometric samples. Part 1. Structure»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for:
– terms and definitions necessary to define and measure quality;
– methods of interpretation of quality indicators of biometric samples;
– format and location of quality data fields in biometric data exchange formats;
– methods for developing biometric sample datasets to normalize quality indicators;
– format for sharing the results of quality assessment algorithms.
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GOST R 54411– 2018/ISO/IEC TR 24722:2015 «Information technology. Biometrics. Training program on biometrics»

Brief description
The standard establishes requirements for methods of multibiometric associations, including multimodal, multi-instance, multi-sensor, multi-algorithm associations, logic at the level of decision-making and logic at the level of degrees of similarity.
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GOST R 54412-2019 «Information technologies. Biometrics. General provisions and examples of application»

Brief description
The standard describes the history of biometrics, the functions of biometrics, various modern biometric technologies, as well as the typical architecture of biometric systems and system processes that allow automated recognition using these technologies. The standard also contains information on the use of biometrics in various fields, such as border control, law enforcement, and driver’s license applications, as well as on the social and legal aspects that are usually taken into account in biometric systems, and on the standards that underlie their use. Instead of GOST R 54412-2011/ISO/IEC/TR 24741:2007
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GOST R 58231-2018 Information technology. Biometrics. Machine-readable test data for tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 1. Test reports

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 29120-1: 2015 “Information technology. Machine-readable test data for tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 1. Test reports “(ISO/IEC 29120-1: 2015″ Information technology – Machine readable test data for biometric testing and reporting – Part 1: Test reports”. MOD). At the same time, it does not include referenced international standards and bibliography of the applied international standard, which are inappropriate to use in Russian standardization due to the presence of national and interstate standards identical to the referenced international standards. At the same time, additional words and references included in the text of the standard to take into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation are in italics.
The name of this standard has been changed relative to the name of the specified international standard to bring it in line with GOST R 1.5—2012 (clause 3.5).
Information on the compliance of the referenced national and interstate standards with the international standards used as reference in the applied international standard. are given in the supplementary appendix YES
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GOST R 58273-2018 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Methodology for testing the performance of a biometric system on the impact of environmental conditions»

Brief description
This standard establishes:
– basic requirements for planning and testing the performance of biometric systems on the impact of environmental conditions based on the methodologies of scenario and operational tests;
– requirements for the determination, installation and measurement of specific environmental conditions for the test, including equipment requirements;
– requirements for determination of initial operational characteristics for the subsequent comparison of influence of parameters of environment;
– test specification, including requirements for the test sample, test reports, recording data and test results;
– test procedure.
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GOST R 58290-2018 Information technology. Biometric system on the ID card. Part 2. Physical characteristics

Brief description
This standard is modified from the international standard
ISO / IEC 17839-2: 2015 Information technology. Biometric system on the ID card. Part 2. Physical characteristics “(ISO / IEC 17839-2: 2015” Information technology – Biometric system-on-card – Part 2: Physical characteristics “. MOD) by changing individual phrases (words,
values ​​of indicators, links), which are in italics in the text. The introduction of the specified technical
deviations are aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
Information on the compliance of the referenced national and interstate standards with the international standards used as reference in the applied international standard. are given in the supplementary appendix YES.
Comparison of the structure of this standard with the structure of the international standard applied in it is given in the additional appendix DB
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GOST R 58291-2018 Information technology. Identification cards. Compliance Testing Requirements for Applications Performing Biometric Comparison on an ID Card

Brief description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 18584: 2015 “Information technology. Identification cards. Requirements for compliance testing for applications that perform biometric comparison on an identification card “(ISOZIEC 18584: 2015” Information technology – Identification cards – Conformance test requirements for on-card biometric comparison applications “. MOO) by changing individual phrases (words, values ​​of indicators , links), which are italicized in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation. Information about the compliance of the reference national and interstate standards with international standards. used as a reference in the applicable International Standard. are given in the supplementary appendix YES. Comparison of the structure of this standard with the structure of the applied international standard is given in the additional appendix DB
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GOST R 58292-2018 Information technology. Biometrics. Performance tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 2. Technological and scenario testing methods

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19795-2: 2007 “Information technology. Performance tests and test reports in biometrics. Part 2. Methodology for conducting technological and scenario testing ”(ISO / IEC 19795-2: 2007“ Informabon Technology – Biometric performance testing and reporting – Part 2: Testing methodologies for technology and scenario evaluation ”. MOD), including the change in Amd. 1: 2015. by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links) that are italicized in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
Instead of GOST R ISO / IEC 19795-2—2008
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GOST R 58293-2018 Information technology. Biometrics. Unified structure of biometric data exchange formats. Part 1. Data item specification

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This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19785-1: 2015 “Information technology. Unified structure of biometric data exchange formats. Part 1. Data element specification ”(ISO / IEC 19785-1: 2015“ Information technology – Common Biometric Exchange Formats Framework – Part 1: Data element specification ”, MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, metric values, links) that highlighted in italics. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
Instead of GOST R ISO / IEC 19785-1—2008
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GOST R 58294-2018 Information technology. Biometrics. Unified structure of biometric data exchange formats. Part 3. Leading organization format specifications

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19785-3: 2015 “Information technology. Unified structure of biometric data exchange formats. Part 3. Specifications of the leading organization’s format ”(ISO / IEC 19785-3: 2015“ Information technology – Common Biometric Exchange Formats Framework – Part 3: Patron format specifications *. MOD) by changing the numbering of sections (tables, indicators, links) that highlighted in italics. Moreover, sections 7-10 and 12 are not included in it. The introduction of the indicated technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
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GOST R 58295-2018 Information technology. Biometrics. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 6. Image data of the iris

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19794-6: 2011 “Information technology. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 6. Iris image data “(ISO / IEC 19794-6: 2011” Information technology – Biometric data interchange formats – Part 6: Iris image data “. MOD), including change A1: 2015. by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links) that are italicized in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
Instead of GOST R ISO / IEC 19794-6—2014
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GOST R 58298-2018 Information technology. Biometrics. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 4. Fingerprint Image Data

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19794-4: 2011 “Information technology. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 4. Fingerprint image data “(ISO / IEC 19794-4: 2011” Information technology – Biometric data interchange formats – Part 4: Finger image data “. MOD), including changes A1: 2013. A2: 2015 and technical amendment 1: 2012. by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links), which are italicized in the text.
Instead of GOST R ISO / IEC 19794-4—2014
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GOST R 58624.1-2019 «Information technology. Biometrics. Detection of attack on biometric presentation. Part 1. Structure»

Short description
The standard establishes requirements for the format of data exchange of the results of the methods for detecting attacks on biometric presentation (OAU). The standard defines a binary data format and XML data format. The data exchange formats defined in the standard are common and can be used in a wide range of applications. The standard does not contain requirements specific to a specific application.
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GOST R 58624.2-2019 Information technology. Biometrics. Detection of attack on biometric presentation. Part 2. Data Formats

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 30107-2: 2017 “Information technology. Detection of attack on biometric presentation. Part 2. Data formats ”(ISO / IEC 30107-2: 2017“ Information technology – Biometric presentation attack detection – Part 2: Data formats”. MOD) by changing individual phrases (layer, indicator values, links) that are highlighted in the text in italics. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
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GOST R 58624.3-2019 Information technology. Biometrics. Detection of attack on biometric presentation. Part 3. Tests and test reports

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 30107-3: 2017 “Information technology. Detection of attacks on biometric presentation. Part 3. Tests and test reports” (ISO / IEC 30107-3: 2017 “Information technology – Biometric presentation attack detection – Part 3: Testing and reporting “, MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links) that are italicized in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
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GOST R 58667.2-2019 Information technology. Biometrics. Pictograms, icons and symbols for use in biometric systems. Part 2. Applications that work with fingerprints

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 24779-4: 2017 “Information technology. Inter-jurisdictional and social aspects of the application of biometric technologies. Pictograms, icons and symbols for use in biometric systems. Part 4. Fingerprint applications ”(ISO / IEC 24779-4: 2017“ Information technology – Cross-jurisdictional and societal aspects of implementation of biometric technologies – Pictograms, icons and symbols for use with biometric systems – Part 4: Fingerprint applications ”. MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links) that are italicized in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
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GOST R 58667.3-2019 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Icons, icons, and symbols for use in biometric systems. Part 3. Applications that work with images of faces»

Brief description
The main goal of the series of standards ” Information technology. Biometrics. Pictograms, icons and symbols for use in biometric systems ” is to inform the subjects of biometric data collection. Operators of biometric systems can use the standard, but they may need additional symbols and information. The standard defines a set of symbols, icons and pictograms that help people understand the principles and methods of using electronic systems that collect and / or analyze images of persons. This set of symbols, icons and pictograms is intended for: determining the type of biometric scanner; providing auxiliary instructions for collecting images of faces.
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GOST R 58667.4-2021 Information technology. Biometrics. Pictograms, icons and symbols for use in biometric systems. Part 4. Applications that work with images of the vascular bed

Short description
This standard has been developed taking into account the main regulatory provisions of the international standard ISO / IEC 24779-9: 2015 “Information technology. Interjurisdictional and social aspects of the application of biometric technologies. Pictograms, icons and symbols for use in biometric systems. Part 9. Applications that work with images of the vascular bed “(ISO / 1EC 24779-9: 2015” Information technology – Cross-jurisdictional and societal aspects of implementation of biometric technologies – Pictograms, icons and symbols for use with biometric systems – Part 9 : Vascular applications “, NEQ)
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GOST R 58668.8-2019 Information technology. Biometrics. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 8. Image data of the vascular bed

Short description
This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19794-9: 2011 “Information technology. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 9. Image data of the vascular bed “(ISO / IEC 19794-9: 2011” Information technology – Biometric data interchange formats – Part 9: Vascular image data “. MOD), including changes A1: 2013 and A2: 2015. by changing individual phrases (layer, indicator values, links), which are italicized in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation. The name of this standard is changed relative to the name of the specified international standard to bring it in accordance with GOST R 1.5-2012 (paragraph 3.5). Changes to the specified international standard, adopted after its official publication. entered in the text of this standard and highlighted by a double vertical line located in the margins opposite the corresponding text.
Instead GOST R ISO / IEC 19794-9-2015
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GOST R 58668.11-2019 Information technology. Biometrics. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 11. Voice data

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This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 19794-13: 2018 “Information technology. Formats for the exchange of biometric data. Part 13. Voice data ”(ISO / IEC 19794-13: 2018“ Information technology – Biometric data interchange Formats – Part 13: Voice data ”. MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links) that are highlighted in the text in italics. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
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GOST R 58671-2019 Identification cards. Integrated circuit cards. Part 11. Verification of personality by biometric methods

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This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 7816-11: 2017 “Identification cards. Integrated circuit cards. Part 11. Verification of personality by biometric methods “(ISO / IEC 7816-11: 2017” Identification cards – Integrated circuit cards – Part 11: Personal verification through biometric methods “, MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, values ​​of indicators, links), which are in italics in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation. Information on the compliance of the referenced national and interstate standards with the international standards used as reference in the applied international standard is given in the additional Appendix YES. Comparison of the structure of this standard with the structure of the international standard applied in it is given in the additional appendix DB
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GOST R 58776-2019 «Means for monitoring behavior and predicting people’s intentions. Terms and definitions»

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The standard establishes the terms and definitions of the main concepts in the field of means of monitoring behavior and predicting the intentions of people. The terms established by the standard are recommended for use in all types of documentation and literature in the field of tools for monitoring behavior and predicting the intentions of people within the scope of standardization works and/or using the results of these works.
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GOST R 59589-2021 Information technology. Biometrics. Guide to enroll ten fingerprints by contact method

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This standard is modified in relation to the international standard ISO / IEC 20027: 2018 “Information technology. Guidelines for the registration of ten-fingerprint images “(ISO / IEC 20027: 2018” Information technology – Guidelines for slap tenprint fingerpnntture. MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, metric values, links) that are in italics in the text. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at taking into account the needs of the national economy of the Russian Federation. The name of this standard has been changed relative to the name of the specified international * standard to bring it into conformity with GOST R 1.5—2012 (clause 3.5). Information on the compliance of the referenced national and interstate standards with the international standards used as reference in the applied international standard. are given in the supplementary appendix YES. Comparison of the structure of this standard with the structure of the international standard applied in it is given in the additional appendix DB
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PNST 374-2019 Information technology. Biometrics. The use of biometrics for children

Short description
This standard is amended in relation to the international document ISO / IEC TR 30110: 2015 “Information technology. Inter-jurisdictional and social aspects of the application of biometric technologies. The use of biometrics for children “(ISO / IEC TR 30110: 2015” Information technology – Cross jurisdictional and societal aspects of implementation of biometric technologies – Biometrics and children “. MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, indicator values, links) that are highlighted in the text in italics.
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PNST 379-2019 «Information technologies. Biometrics. Application of biometrics in mobile devices»

Brief description
The standard provides guidance for the development of a consistent and secure method of biometric (separate or with a non-biometric component) personalization and authentication in a mobile environment for systems on the free market. The guide is intended for: biometric verification (“one to one”) or positive biometric identification (“one to many«); collection of biometric samples in a mobile environment in which conditions are uncontrolled and do not meet the requirements of international and national standards for the formats of exchange of biometric data and the quality of biometric samples; optimal use of multi-factor methods of biometric and non-biometric (PIN codes, passwords, personal data) personalization and authentication. The standard defines the structure of methods and approaches to remote and uncontrolled biometric registration, secure storage and transfer of biometric and additional personal data both online and offline. The standard defines the functional elements and components of the mobile biometric system as a whole and the characteristics of the components. The standard contains a guide to the General mobile architecture with reference to the relevant standards. This standard defines: a) the user of a mobile device and b) working on various platforms, in particular mobile devices, including tablets, laptops and other personal computing devices.
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PNST 543-2021 Information technology. Biometrics. Biometric Enrollment Guide

Brief description
This standard is modified from an international document
1SO / IEC TR 29196: 2018 Information Technology. Biometric Registration Guide “
(ISO / IEC TR 29196: 2018 “Information technology – Guidance for biometric enrolment”. MOD) by changing individual phrases (words, values ​​of indicators, references), including structural elements that
highlighted in the text in italics. The introduction of these technical deviations is aimed at accounting for requirements *
of the national economy of the Russian Federation.
The name of this standard has been changed relative to the name of the specified international document to bring it in line with GOST R 1.5—2012 (clause 3.5).
Information on the compliance of the referenced national and interstate standards with the international standards used as reference in the applied international document. are given in the supplementary appendix YES.
Comparison of the structure of this standard with the structure of the specified international document is given in the additional appendix DB
Standard texthttps://allgosts.ru/35/240/pnst_543-2021.pdf