BIOMETRICS IN THE FUTURE

Check out everything going on at Biometrics for Government & Law Enforcement during the Focus Day.

8:00 am - 8:50 am Registration and Breakfast

8:50 am - 9:00 am Director’s Opening Remarks

Co-Chairman Shuki Hasson - Program Director, IDGA
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Co-Chairman Shuki Hasson

Program Director
IDGA

9:00 am - 9:30 am Integrating Biometric Capabilities into the National Counterterrorism Effort

Jason Kane - Deputy Director, Directorate of Terrorist Identities, NCTC
• Biometric technologies of interest to supplement NCTC mission sets
• Efforts to share terrorism information analysis across the CT enterprise
• NCTC vision for biometric utilization: necessary next steps
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Jason Kane

Deputy Director, Directorate of Terrorist Identities
NCTC

9:30 am - 10:00 am The Evolution of Biometrics and What the Future Holds

• Providing a perspective on biometrics, the way that term and environment use it, and what matters
• Addressing why we cannot live without the worlds best data capture and how Grabba operates differently
• Cost vs value vs accuracy and Finger print vs Iris vs Face vs DNA – discussing endless possibilities and the 3 generations of Identity, now Biometrics-focused, in future citizen owned

10:15 am - 11:00 am Making the Invisible Visible: Utilizing Biometrics to Stop Crime

Biometric data can be used to provide valuable investigative leads and supplement investigative capabilities. The FBI is continuously expanding its use
with identity intelligence, to include DNA, fingerprints, video surveillance and iris recognition. Speaker will discuss emerging technologies and ways to
leverage these tools.

11:00 am - 11:45 am Networking Break

11:45 am - 12:15 pm The Use Of Biometrics As An Opportunity To Streamline Passengers’ Flight Experience

The use of biometrics introduces an opportunity for the passenger to further streamline their journey with a document-free process based on identity management and
biometric recognition. With different initiatives being trialed around the world e.g. USA, Canada, Netherlands, Great Britain, Aruba, Uruguay etc. - Is the industry ready for
an interoperable State to State system that make this a reality?
• Passengers will be able to identify themselves at each airport touchpoint through a simple biometric recognition
• Enhancing security and facilitation at every airline, airport touch point
• Providing smooth and excellent customer experience

12:30 pm - 2:20 pm Lunch

1:30 pm - 2:15 pm NIST continues effort to develop standards, measurement methods and best practices to deliver superior image based biometrics analytics