Towards Active Linguistic Authentication

Abstract : Biometric technologies offer a new and effective means for securing computers against unauthorized access. Linguistic technologies and, in particular, authorship attribution technologies can assist in this effort. This paper reports on the results of analyzing a novel corpus that was developed to test the possibility of active linguistic authentication. The study collected the one-week work product of nineteen temporary workers in a simulated office environment. The results demonstrate that techniques culled from the field of authorship attribution can identify workers with more than 90% accuracy.
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Gilbert Peterson; Sujeet Shenoi. 9th International Conference on Digital Forensics (DF), Jan 2013, Orlando, FL, United States. Springer, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-410, pp.385-398, 2013, Advances in Digital Forensics IX. 〈10.1007/978-3-642-41148-9_25〉
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Patrick Juola, John Noecker Jr., Ariel Stolerman, Michael Ryan, Patrick Brennan, et al.. Towards Active Linguistic Authentication. Gilbert Peterson; Sujeet Shenoi. 9th International Conference on Digital Forensics (DF), Jan 2013, Orlando, FL, United States. Springer, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-410, pp.385-398, 2013, Advances in Digital Forensics IX. 〈10.1007/978-3-642-41148-9_25〉. 〈hal-01460617〉

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