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BIMA Presents: Sharing Biometric Data within NATO Nations, Challenges & Opportunities

Posted: 10/05/2012

BIMA: The NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 4715 "Biometric Data Interchange, Watch listing and Reporting Standard" aims to address the gap that exists within NATO nations to share and access biometric data of known or suspected adversaries. Biometric data plays a key role in identifying potentially harmful individuals, and the ability to deny anonymity of combative forces. In this exclusive interview, Matthew Young, Contract Support, DoD BIMA, NATO Biometric STANAG 4715 TST Lead & (Acting) Custodian, examines the importance of international biometrics missions to the DoD and BIMA, and the future plans for biometric modalities, and discussed the various challenges which exist to successfully sharing biometric data. Matthew Young also comments on what industry could do to evolve biometrics to the next generation. Watch now…

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