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Conference: 18-20 October 2016

In a packed three-day programme, speakers involved in large-scale government projects will mix with those from mainstream customer-facing applications such as mobiles and payments to give a comprehensive insight into current projects and future challenges and how biometrics will fit into your plans for the future.

Topics include:

  • Identity management and biometrics
  • How can biometrics help create social impact?
  • Trust, privacy and data protection
  • Secure transactions and consumer biometrics
  • Biometrics and forensics
  • Public sector biometrics and borders
  • Education on biometrics
  • Liveness detection and vulnerability assessments
  • Research and innovation in biometrics

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Exhibition and Free seminars:
19-20 October 2016

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Keynote speakers include:
Linda Champion

Linda Champion, Australian Federal Police, UK

Krum Garkov

Krum Garkov, eu-LISA

Gillian Tully

Gillian Tully, Forensic Science Regulator, UK

Richard Vorder Bruegge

Richard Vorder Bruegge, FBI, USA

Session speakers include:
  • Joseph Atick, Identity Counsel International, USA
  • Sue Black, University of Dundee, UK
  • Chris Boehnen, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, USA
  • Kevin W. Bowyer, University of Notre Dame, USA
  • Mark Branchflower, INTERPOL France
  • Mark Burge, Noblis Inc., USA
  • Richard Camman, Proodos BV, The Netherlands
  • Michelle Chibba, Ryerson University Privacy and Big Data Institute, Canada
  • Sam De Silva, Penningtons Manches, UK
  • Pam Dixon, World Privacy Forum, USA
  • David Ferbrache, KPMG, UK
  • Andy Foote, Wells Fargo Bank N.A., USA
  • Fernando Garcia-Quismondo Garrido, Grupo Santander, Spain
  • Felicity Gerry, Charles Darwin University, Australia
  • Alexandra Grigore, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Niall McCann, United Nations Development Programme, USA
  • Jasper Mutsaers, Ministry of the Interior & Kingdom Relations, The Netherlands
  • Mark Nixon, University of Southampton, UK
  • Sandra Peaston, CIFAS - The UK's Fraud Prevention Service, UK
  • Jonathon Phillips, National Institute of Standards & Technology, USA
  • Lukas Praml, Austrian State Printing House, Austria
  • Richard Rinkens, European Commission, Belgium
  • Arun Ross, Michigan State University, USA
  • Raul Sanchez-Reillo, University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain
  • Luuk Spreeuwers, University of Twente, The Netherlands
  • Gabor Veroci, Central Office for Administrative & Electronic Public Services, Hungary
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Organised by
 
  • Elsevier
  • Biometrics Institute
Sponsors
 
Daon
Exhibitors include
 
  • Aware
  • Biometrics Institute
  • Cognitec
  • Dermalog
  • Synaptics
Supporting Organisations
 
  • ADS
  • APSCA
  • Biometrics Institute
  • Eurosmart
  • Smartex
Media Partners
 
  • Biometric Technology Today
  • ABI Research
  •  Biometrie
  • Cards Payment World
  • Fraud Watch
  • Future Banking
  • Goode Intelligence
  • Juniper
  • Keesing
  • Planet Biometrics
  • SDW
  • Security Document World
  • SecurityNewsDesk
  • Source Security
  • The Paypers
  • Tractica