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.
- 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
- Liveness detection and vulnerability assessments
- Research and innovation in biometrics
Exhibition and Free seminars:
19-20 October 2016
From national ID cards to access control, BiometricsLive - the Biometrics 2016 exhibition - is your best source of advanced identity management and authentication solutions.
Kenneth D. Gantt
Deputy Director, Department of Homeland Security - Office of Biometric Identity Management, USA
Executive Director, European Commission eu-LISA, Estonia
Chief Technology Officer, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, USA
Additional Director General (Authentication & Applications), Unique Identification Authority of India, India
Lead Electoral Advisor, Bureau of Policy & Programme Support, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), USA
Director of the Entry/Exit Transformation Office, Department of Homeland Security, US Customs and Border Protection, USA
Coordinator for Biometrics and Identity Management, European Commission, Belgium
Director General, Migration and Home Affairs, European Commission, Belgium
Forensic Science Regulator, UK
Richard Vorder Bruegge