As Conference Chairman, I have had the pleasure of supporting this event for more than a decade. I am pleased to announce my involvement in Advanced Learning Institute's 20th biometric program, The Winter 2010 Biometrics Summit running February 22-25 in Miami, Florida. This event will explore specific areas that have been identified as mission critical to end users, systems integrators and vendors alike. World class speakers will present on recent advancements and trends in identity management, best practices for biometrics systems integration and case studies on biometrics in commercial, healthcare and defense applications, as well as many others. Presentations at the Winter 2010 Biometrics Summit will also explore key issues such as privacy and standards. Attend to hear, firsthand, how the:
Dear Security & Identity Management Professional:
- Children's Hospital Boston chose intelligent authentication solution utilizing keyboard biometrics to reduce operational costs and comply with HIPAA without compromising patient care and services
- AT&T Consumer Product Division equipped their retail locations with fingerprint biometric technology to enable store personnel to perform point of sale (POS) transactions while directly engaged with customers in the store
- State of Israel seeks converged security approaches that address both physical and logical security measures, as well as protect an individual's privacy and basic human rights
Get up to speed on biometric technology by attending IBG Consultant Olga Raskin's pre-conference morning workshop, "Biometrics 101: Understanding Biometric Technology And Its Implementation."
Register yourself and a group of colleagues today by calling, toll-free, 888-362-7400 or register online at www.aliconferences.com.
I look forward to meeting you at the 20th Biometrics Summit this February.
Samir Nanavati, Partner
International Biometric Group (IBG)