Learn from the experts
Promo Need to know to more about the role of biometrics, such as fingerprint, DNA, facial and iris recognition, in identity management? Sign up now for Biometrics 2016, three days of expert insight and discussion in the heart of London from 18 to 20 October 2016.
You can get more information and sign up at Biometrics 2016 but here is a summary of what to expect.
Attending as a delegate will give you unique access to an amazing group of more than 65 exceptional speakers from many different industries who will share insight, stimulate innovative thinking and provide practical solutions for identity management in the following areas:
Mobility and payments
Information security and fraud
Law enforcement, forensics and military applications
Border control and travel
Privacy and data protection
In addition to large-scale government projects and its use in border control and law enforcement, the use of biometrics in mainstream customer-facing applications such as mobile payments come under the spotlight in dedicated session tracks including speakers from Santander and Mastercard.
An interactive format combines expert talks with panel discussions and Q&A sessions and plenty of time for additional networking during the refreshment breaks.
You can download the full programme here.
Free Exhibition and Seminar Programme
A free exhibition where you can meet with international suppliers and integrators of biometric solutions for identity management, authentication and security is co-located with the conference and open to visitors on 19 and 20 October.
There is also a varied programme of free seminars at the exhibition, available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Entry to the Exhibition is free but you need to sign up online for tickets.
More about Biometrics 2016
Privacy and data protection and the need to build consumer trust in why their biometric information is being collected and how it is handled, stored and potentially deleted continues to play a big role in the adoption of biometrics.
This is particularly true in future growth areas that put biometrics at the heart of the consumer experience, for example travel, mobile payments and consumer electronics.
In a dedicated session, leading experts, including Pam Dixon, Executive Director of the World Privacy Forum, look at current thinking and highlight how the law needs to change to keep pace with technology.
Additional breakout sessions over the three days look at developments in the key vertical markets for biometrics with a strong focus on in financial services/mobile payments.
Isabelle Moeller, programme chair and CEO of the Biometrics Institute, says she is excited about the quality of this year’s programme: “We are once again delighted with the high calibre of speakers coming to London for Biometrics 2016.
This event will give delegates a unique opportunity to learn from representatives of major international biometric implementations and projects and provides an outstanding opportunity to share, understand and discuss how biometrics can offer security and authentication solutions for their own projects.”
Sign up today here.