Check out everything going on at Biometrics for Government & Law Enforcement during Main Day 1.
1000 Registration & Networking
1145 Opening Remarks
1200 KEYNOTE: DHS’s priorities for utilizing biometrics across its organization to address threats , as well as mainstream customer and immigration services
Shonnie Lyon, Director, Office of Biometric Identity Management, DHS
1230 The US Army And The Development Of Biometrics Technologies
William Graves, Chief Engineer for PM DoD Biometrics, PEO for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors, US Army
1300 Networking Break
1330 Managing large scale biometrics database: Providing fast and reliable accessibility to the relevant professionals, while assuring the security and integrity of the use of information and complying with privacy policies.
Michael D. DeLeon, CJIS Division Assistant Director, FBI
1400 Integrating Biometric Capabilities into the National Counterterrorism Effort
Jason Kane, Deputy Director, Directorate of Terrorist Identities, NCTC
1430 HeartID - Using Heart Signatures for Human Identification
Thirimachos Bourlai, Professor, West Virginia University
1500 Closing Remarks