This presentation by Wayne Towson, Chief Information Officer at Interpol Washington, discusses exactly what each degree of interpol notices mean, what there investigative resources are, conditions to access and use of interpol information and how they assist law enforcement. Also going into enhancing border security, leveraging interoperability, challenges we face and the end state we seek. To receiv this in your inbox, email us today at email@example.com
Nick J. Megna, Unit Chief at the FBI, discusses the Biometric Center of Excellence (BCOE), the advancements that are being made in facial recognition technology, the FBI iris pilot being used to increase speed and accuracy of scans with less interaction as well as the future of iris. Megna also discusses emerging possibilites such as, Image Based Scars, Marks, and Tattoos, Rapid – DNA, Voice and Dental. Download the interview today, or have it sent straight to your inbox, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The DHS Office of Policy has been working with DHS components and oversight offices to develop consistent policies for managing the complete continuum of biometric data (i.e., collect, store, match, analyze, adjudicate, and share) and leveraging the full potential of these capabilities across the homeland security environment. Current status of the DHS Biometric Framework (2015-2025) DHS policy considerations for creating a DHS integrated biometrics enterprise. If you would like to find out more download today or email us at email@example.com and we will send it right to your inbox.
New technologies can play a crucial role in bridging the global identity crisis and ensuring legal identity for all (1.5 billion people throughout the world lack legal identity).Countries need holistic birth to death systems. Biometric systems that start at 16 or 18 years risk fake identity data contamination unless there are safeguards toensure birth data “follows” someone to the point of adult registration in the biometric system. Learn more by downloading today, or just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send it over.
Wayne Towson, CIO, INTERPOL, Washington shared his thoughts on Innovations in biometric applications, developing common infrastructure large scale data sharing between agencies and government as well as the the importance of interoperability
In preparation for the 13th Annual Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- 2018 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: How to Achieve a Person Centric Identity Management System in an Already Existing Infrastructure: Lee Bowes, (A)Deputy Director, Immigration Records & Identity Services, (IRIS) Directorate, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services
- 2018 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Protecting the Nations Transportation System: Steve Karoly, Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Requirements and Capabilities Analysis (ORCA), TSA
- IARPA’s Update on the Odin Program: Dr. Nathan Short, Lead Scientist, IARPA
Past keynote speaker, Lee Bowes, (A) Deputy Director, Immigration Records & Identity Services (IRIS) Directorate, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services, presents on:
- Defining Person Centric
- The benefits of a person centric system
- How to achieve integration of disparate identity missions
Past keynote speaker, Steve Karoly, Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Requirements and Capabilities Analysis (ORCA), TSA, presents on:
- Taking a look into Innovation Task Force’s pilot programs
- ITF’s Biometric Authentication Technology challenges and successes
- The path forward for automating the Ticket Document Checker (TDC) process by verifying and vetting.
- Eliminating the need for a boarding pass via electronic gates
Dr. Nathan Short, Lead Scientist, IARPA, presents on:
- Developing biometric presentation attack detection technology
- Nail to nail challenge, update and progress on the competition
- Detecting spoofs and attacks on infrastructure