The New Face (Finger, or Iris) Of Biometric Technology: Security Begets Privacy And Convenience – U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE & MORPHOTRUST USA

People are beginning to recognize the conveniences provided by using a secure and verifiable identity through biometrics to access numerous benefits and services. This session will provide you with an overview of how biometric technology is already being applied in government and commercial environment to improve convenience for customers, including: An analysis of recent polling data on consumer’s acceptance of biometric

How To Successfully Balance Personnel, Policy And Technologies In An Economically Challenged Era – U.S. NAVY

The ever-changing realm of security access control and technology has challenged budgets and return on investments. This session will provide you with insight on key issues to be taken into account when considering your own large-scale implementation of biometric technologies, including: An overview of a number of technological challenges to educate your security professionals on to ensure success Understanding your organization’s needs

National Health Cybersecurity Resilience – Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond and Recover National Health Information Sharing & Analysis Center (NH-ISAC)

As risks continue to accelerate, you are entrusted to respond to these challenges by advancing the security protection of the nation’s healthcare critical infrastructure. This session will provide you with examples to benefit from: Health sector & sector-specific cybersecurity leading practice and governance Health Sector and cross-sector cybersecurity intelligence and information sharing Alignment of physical and cyber response protocols Cybersecurity framework

Emerging Biometrics: Future Directions In Identification Technology – FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

This session will get your mind turning by delving deeper into the following areas of: Human beings, through their normal day to day activities, produce and leave behind a variety of persistent identifying traces including fingerprints, DNA, scent, handwriting, images, sounds and other biometric indicatorsIncrease employee engagement both online and offline “Strong biometrics”, (for example fingerprints and DNA), are