18-20 October 2016 | Westminster, London, UK
Register now for the Biometrics 2016 Conference to interact with more than 70 international speakers from government, law enforcement, border control, financial institutions and payment providers, research and the biometrics industry.
Each will provide different perspectives on the use of biometrics, highlight the key issues to consider when adopting the technology, and encourage knowledge transfer between industries and applications.
Why attend conference?
Get up to speed with biometric technologies, applications and issues
Whether you are looking to use biometrics to identify citizens or to perform a transaction, to access your computer or even your place of work, Biometrics 2016 will pinpoint all the key issues to consider.
Find out which biometrics work best for your application
With many biometrics to choose from, Biometrics 2016 will provide a complete insight into how to choose the right biometric technology for secure, reliable and convenient solutions for your organization.
Understand what installing a biometric system really means
Numerous factors need to be considered when rolling out a biometric solution. Biometrics 2016 will offer practical advice and results from new trials and case studies and take a look at issues such as security concerns, technology interoperability and ethics.
Learn what future technologies have in store
Many lessons are being learnt through a multitude of pilot projects using biometrics, both in the commercial and governmental sectors. Biometrics 2016 will review the latest standards, testing and government policy and outline what needs to be done to ensure broader practical implementation of the technology.
Network with a wide variety of delegates, speakers, exhibition visitors, systems integrators and manufacturers from around the world
No other forum offers the opportunity to meet with so many people interested in the opportunities biometric technology can provide for your organization.
Conference tracks include
Identity management and biometrics
Linda Champion, Manager Europe, Africa & Middle East, Australian Federal Police, UK
Impact of identity crime
Sandra Peaston, Assistant Director, Insight, Cifas, UK
Identity fraud – the nature of the problem
Gregory Henwood, formerly with UK Home Office and Ministry of Justice
Cyber security – the financial risks for your organisation
Secure transactions and consumer biometrics
Fernando Garcia-Quismondo Garrido, Corporate Technology, Group Santander, Spain
Myths, issues and Challenges when adopting biometrics at banking institutions
Paul Trueman, SVP, Global Enterprise Risk and Security, MasterCard, UK
From innovation to adoption: The journey for biometrics
Ray Kimble, Strategic Partner, GSMA, UK
Panel: The mobile revolution and the protection of data: how to secure transactions
Unlocking digital and mobile identity with biometrics
David Ferbrache, Technical Director Cybersecurity, UK KPMG, UK
The end of passwords?
Biometrics and forensics
Mark Branchflower, Head of Fingerprint Unit, Police Forensics Sub-Directorate, INTERPOL, France
Case study: INTERPOL South East Asia Forensic Project
Public sector biometrics and borders
Florian Forster, Head, Immigration and Border Management, Department of Migration Management, International Organization for Migration, Switzerland
IOM, identity management and biometrics
How can biometrics help create social impact?
Peter Waggett, Emerging Technologies, IBM & Chair IST/44 Biometrics Committee, BSI IBM, UK
Opportunities and challenges for biometrics aiding in child protection
Norberto Andrade, Privacy & Public Policy, Facebook, USA
Panel: How can biometrics aid in child protection and have social impact?
Liveness detection and vulnerability assessments
Erik Bowman, Technical Fellow, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, USA
Measuring enterprise biometric system performance
Research and innovation in biometrics
Jonathon Phillips, Electronic Engineer, National Institute of Standards & Technology, USA
Deep learning for face recognition: Hype or not?