On June 29, the Secure Identity & Biometrics Association will host distinguished speakers from key government agencies at the Identity and Biometrics Innovation Forum 2016 in Washington, D.C..
Forum speakers will include U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Office of Biometric and Identity Management (OBIM) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The 1-day event will feature three panels:
Panel I – Screening Innovations: Increasing Accuracy, Speed and Throughput
The panel will discuss the progress of innovations to improve accuracy, speed and volume in the screening and processing of large volumes of people for travel and national scale identity management enterprises, including the testing of multi-modal biometrics, contactless fingerprint capture and document authentication.
Panel II – An Update on Air Exit and the Future of Traveler Management
CBP will discuss recent activities and future challenges in carrying out the Congressional mandate to deploy a biometric exit system for air, land and seaports in the United States.
Panel III – The Future of Data-Sharing, Interoperability and Innovation
The panel will discuss advances in the sharing of biometric and biographic information with domestic and international partners to combat terrorism and crime.
This is a widely-attended gathering open to professionals who have interests in the areas of biometrics, identity management, security and travel.
The Forum is not a media event and remarks are not for attribution.
Seating is limited.
The Forum will take place in the Rotunda within the North Tower of the Ronald Reagan Building.