The 2020 Vision: Enhancing Security in the Government and Law Enforcement with Innovative Biometric Data and Technology.
Biometric technology has altered and transformed security in the United States and beyond. The fiscal year 2020 Budget request of $269.6M for the Office of Biometric and Identity Management clearly identifies a continuous advancement in mobile biometrics, automation, contactless passage, verification, multimodal and analysis processes. With the progression of innovative technology and the plethora of biometric data developments, it is imperative to understand how to utilize solutions ensuring national security and ultimately vetting potential threats. In addition, learning what solutions your counterparts are utilizing to secure their facilities, exchange and store data and how they are navigating upcoming policies and GDPR requirements has become crucial. IDGA’s Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement Summit, now in its 14th successful year, is the annual gathering place to assess your challenges and network in order to establish optimum solutions.
The 2020 edition will provide you with ground-breaking and informative content on the latest technology developments, as well as overviews on key challenges and initiatives in the biometrics space. Last year’s summit effectively touched upon core biometrics government topics and joined leaders ranging from the Director of Security to Heads of Acquisition.
Experience it for yourself in 2020 and join a room filled with biometric experts in both the private and public industry, nationally and from across the globe.
Our dedicated event staff will ensure you have the opportunity to network with and learn from top level government security and biometric officials, program managers, heads of biometrics and CTO's of international and commercial level companies. With the material you receive at the 2020 summit, you will be able to grow your knowledge and implement the learnt strategies and tactics to improve your security.
Don't miss out, join Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement on February 26-28, 2020 in Washington, D.C. We look forward to seeing you there.