I am honoured to be one of the five winners of the Women in Biometrics 2017 award.
We are seeing a lot of discussion around the latest government announcements for the creation of a facial database that will include drivers' license photos. It is a discussion that raises questions about the privacy and vulnerability of biometric data.
I have been delighted receiving an invitation from Frontex to attend their biometrics and borders focused event in Warsaw. It will be an excellent way to meet many of our existing members but also engage with new stakeholders, including Eastern European border agencies.