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|dc.identifier.citation||Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering , Vol. 698 , , p. 151 - 161||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||The digital communication faces lots of security threats and attacks in the network. Thus, security mechanisms are used as a measure to ensure safety and to implement the security services for the text documents, audio, video and other types of data communication over the network. These security mechanisms are helpful to recognise, prevent and recover from security breaches, threats and attacks. Some of the security mechanisms are Cryptography, Public key certification, Authentication, Digital signatures etc. Obviously, these are mostly used by educated people in communication for their data to be remain integrated, confidential and safe. But, a bitter fact is that there are 30.90% people who are illiterate and have no education background living in our country and their data is also very important to them. So, we have to connect those illiterate people to these security mechanisms, so that they can also communicate without being in fear of the data loss or data manipulation. There are many ways to connect illiterate people with the security mechanisms such as by using facial recognition and fingerprint as the password in various systems or machines like ATMs, banks, government offices and also provide information and knowledge about the prevention from the possible fraud, theft and malicious activities. This paper discuss those different ways to connect the illiterate people with security mechanisms and enlighten their lives. © 2021, The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.||en_US|
|dc.title||Ways of Connecting Illiterates with the Security Mechanism: Case Study||en_US|
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