Continuous authentication, using behavioral biometrics, with keystroke and mouse
Abstract— CA continuous behaviometric authentication system is tested on 99 users over 10 weeks, focusing on keystroke dynamics, mouse movements, application usage, and the system footprint.< Final Year Project > In the process, a new trust model was created to enable continuous evaluation of the behaviometric data. Tests targeted keystroke dynamics, mouse movements, application usage, and the system footprint. Keystroke dynamics was found most appropriate for continuous behaviometric authentication, with no false rejects. This article is part of a special issue on security.