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.
Presentation by Lee Bowes, Deputy Associate Director Immigration Records & Identity Services (IRIS) Directorate, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service:
Presentation by Chris Centamore, Program Director, IDEMIA:
View the slides for our industry lead panel that explored:
Graham Crouch, Senior Identity Intelligence (I2) Tradecraft and Integration Advisor, Integral
Marios Savvides, Professor in Artificial IntelligenceDirector of CMU CyLab Biometrics Center, Electrical & Computer Eng and CyLab
Benji Hutchinson, Vice President, Federal Operations, NEC Corporation of America
Presentation by Monte Hawkins, Director of the National Vetting Center, U.S. Customs and Border Protection:
Presentation by Colonel Donald Hurst, Project Manager DoD Biometrics, U.S. Department of Defense:
Presentation by Brendan F. Klare, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CEO, Rank One Computing:
Presentation by Kevin O’Leary, Idemia & Technical Advisor, AAMVA FR Working Group:
Presentation by Geoff Slagle, Director of Identity Management, AAMVA:
Presentation by John P. Stanley, PM DoD Biometrics, Strategic Planner, PEO IEW&S:
In 2020, governments all across the globe will invest billions in the latest biometric-powered security solutions such as facial recognition CCTV, fingerprint sensors, iris scanners and even DNA matching. The aim of these projects is to not only enhance security measures in high target areas and reduce fraud, but create a host of new & improved customer, payer, passenger and citizen experiences. To give you a glimpse into where the industry is heading, we created this interactive map to highlight 20 of the major government and law enforcement biometric projects in the works such as:
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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.