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Biometrics for Government & Law Enforcement 2020 Official Agenda

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 an ...

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Breakdown FY20’S Major Biometrics & Identity Management Initiatives

Biometrics is increasingly becoming a cornerstone of national security. For example, in 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order requiring that the top 20 U.S. airports use biometric technology and facial recognition by 2021 for all international passengers. Earlier this year, he signed the National Strategy to Combat Terrorism...

20 Global Projects Shaping the Future of Biometrics [Interactive Map]

Use our interactive map to travel around the world and discover how 20 global government and law enforcement are leveraging biometrics to enhance security and reduce fraud. Learn more about projects such as:How Japan is using facial recognition to streamline air travel and payment systems How China built the world's largest...

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A Letter to Convince Your Boss

Having trouble convincing your boss for the time off?  Boost your case to attend with our customizable "Dear Boss Letter."

Current Attendee Snapshot

Take a look at the industry professionals that will be attending the 14th Annual Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement Summit this 2020. Don’t miss your opportunity to build relationships with these decision-makers.

Whitepapers & Reports

Facial Recognition: Art or Science?

Today, innovative facial recognition technology techniques make it possible to generate investigative leads regardless of image quality. Part science and part art, these techniques offer your agency the opportunity to cut through the frustration and generate higher-quality leads to protect. Courtesy of Vigilant Solutions. Read today!

Defining Person Centric Identity Management Systems - Why it Matters

Identity has become a core vehicle that enables governments, commercial enterprises and individuals to conduct a diversity of business functions such as financial transactions, transit across national borders, enforce laws, transfer monies, secure infrastructure, and access personal and government devices. Pillars of success require that identity be both private and...

Market Report: A Glance at the Countries Leading the Biometrics Revolution

We took a look at the top countries investing the most into biometrics and identity management technology. According to a market report published by Credence Research Inc., the global biometrics technology market is expected to reach US$34.5 billion by 2022. The report emphasizes that the primary factor influencing the growth...


Exclusive Interview with the Department of Justice's James Loudermilk

James Loudermilk, Senior Level Technologist of the DOJ, is interviewed on how a mobile fingerprinting application would help the FBI, What rapid DNA collection and analysis technology would do for the booking process, what some of the key challenges facing biometrics in the DOJ are, and more. You can download...

2019 Presentations

The Future Of Identity Management In Immigration

Presentation by Lee Bowes, Deputy Associate Director Immigration Records & Identity Services (IRIS) Directorate, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service:Identity information verification and integration across missionsDeploying person-centric services and utilizing the digital environmentOpportunities and complexities of identity management in government

Protecting What Matters Most - Using Biometrics To Secure Facilities

Presentation by Chris Centamore, Program Director, IDEMIA:Why adding biometrics to your facility security solution is so important.How to choose the best biometric security solutions for your facility.How a comprehensive facility security solution can safeguard both security and privacy.

Creating a Biometric Identity Management Capability Through Tradecraft

View the slides for our industry lead panel that explored:Commercial success and lessons learnedWhat are industry leaders developing and how can it be leveraged to support national security efforts?Developing identity enterprises to enhance throughput and deliver actionable intelligenceGraham Crouch, Senior Identity Intelligence (I2) Tradecraft and Integration Advisor, IntegralMarios Savvides, Professor...

2019 KEYNOTE: Update On The National Vetting Center Operations

Presentation by Monte Hawkins, Director of the National Vetting Center, U.S. Customs and Border Protection:Approaches to working with the IC community to support NVC’s operationsPlans for expansion of vetting and enabling advanced analytics capabilities

Priorities Of Identity Intelligence For Protecting National Security

Presentation by Colonel Donald Hurst, Project Manager DoD Biometrics, U.S. Department of Defense: Future plans on identity management and information sharing to support security operationsStreamlining response and proving identity resolutionSupporting decision-makers with actionable intelligence

How To Evaluate Next Generation Face Recognition Algorithms

Presentation by Brendan F. Klare, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CEO, Rank One Computing:What you should consider when evaluating licensing, technology and ease of integration when procuring modern algorithmsHow modern face recognition capabilities impact forensic and security use cases

The Benefits Of Biometrics Applications In Drivers License Issuance

Presentation by Kevin O’Leary, Idemia & Technical Advisor, AAMVA FR Working Group: Update on the use of biometrics applications and facial recognition in DMV’sCase studies on identity fraudAddressing the privacy concerns

Mobile DL & Biometrics in the MVA Community

Presentation by Geoff Slagle, Director of Identity Management, AAMVA:mDL Background & StatusUse casesAAMVA mDL Guidelines

DOD S&T Roadmap

Presentation by John P. Stanley, PM DoD Biometrics, Strategic Planner, PEO IEW&S:Implementing the road map to enhance operational identities capabilitiesUnderstanding the processes and timelineHow innovation can enhance mission outcomes

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Biometrics for Government & Law Enforcement - 2020 Sponsorship Prospectus

The 14th Annual Biometrics for Government & Law Enforcement event will bring together top level government security, biometric officials, program managers, heads of biometrics, and CTO's of international and commercial level companies to grow their knowledge and implement learnt strategies and tactics to improving their security.Be the first to secure...

Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement - Current Attendee List

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