Biometrics Institute Congress and Biometrics Week
28 October-31 October
Join us in making the world a safer place through the responsible and ethical use of biometrics. We live in an era where laws and regulations are often unable to stay abreast of technology change and the business models based on that change.
The Biometrics Institute Congress has established itself as the meeting place for the international biometrics community to gather annually in London providing an independent platform for off-the-record discussion among the institute’s multi-stakeholder community.
In 2018, representatives from over 30 nations came to the congress. This is a must-attend week of events, organised by the independent, impartial and international Biometrics Institute.
This year’s congress will be held on the 29-30 October as part of our Biometrics Week, running from 28 October-31 October.
- Responsible & ethical use – What does this really mean? What kind of world to do we want to live in? How can we influence the direction technology developments are taking? How do we balance security, privacy and convenience?
- Digital identity – What solutions are there? How do you onboard the customer? What are the vulnerabilities and how can they be mitigated? What certification and assurance for new products is available?
- Technology innovation and their application – Artificial intelligence and machine learning, mobile biometrics and what is next? What does it offer?
- Consumer biometrics – How can biometrics contribute to the payment environment and digital transactions? Where else are we going to see biometrics facilitate our daily live? What are the opportunities for health services?
- Intelligent borders and the travel continuum – Entry/Exit and ETIAS – what are the opportunities and challenges? Intelligent borders – pre-checks, data sharing and watchlists.
- Secure documents – and how to establish trusted identity.
- Biometrics for social enablement – Legal identity for all, financial inclusion and protecting children.
- Security and Integrity – Liveness detection, vulnerability assessments, testing and governance. How can AI improve biometric performance?
- Research and innovation in biometrics – Present your latest research or recently published paper to the user and vendor community.
Niall McCann – Focal Point, Legal Identity, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- Alastair Treharne – Assurance and Fraud Lead, Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office UK
- Silkie Carlo – Director, Big Brother Watch
Jakob Dam Glynstrup – Head of Centre, Danish National ID Centre
- Lisette Looren de Jong Vonk – Project Leader Innovation Border Management, Ministry of Justice and Security, Netherlands
- Patrick Grother – Biometric Standards and Testing Lead, NIST
- Ted Dunstone – Head of BSIEG & Founder, Biometrics Institute and MD, Biometix
- Marianne Henriksen – Program Manager, National Population Register, Norwegian Directorate of Taxes
- Roy Friedman – Chief Executive Director, National Cyber Directorate, Prime Minister’s Office, Israel
- Hans de Moel – Director, Biometrics Institute & Innovation Officer, KMar, Royal Netherlands Marechaussee (KMar Schiphol) – Ministry of Defence
- Roger Baldwin – Biometrics Institute Advisory Board member and Director, ID Transnational Consultancy
Leyla Goncharenko – Project Manager, Sberbank
- Raoul Cooper – Biometrics Institute Director and Design Manager, Digital, International Airlines Group
The congress attracts 250-300 delegates including representatives from the user community such as retail, banking and aviation, the government agencies, biometric suppliers and academics.
Thought leadership and guidance – Biometrics Institute events are known for their thought-provoking discussions and high-quality speakers in an independent and international forum.
Knowledge transfer – this event will provide a range of case study presentations, discussion sessions and innovation talks. It offers a fantastic opportunity to share best-practice and knowledge.
Connecting and sharing – Biometrics Institute represents over 240 membership organisations from around the world and provides a platform for regular discussion around the responsible use of biometrics.
Biometrics Week will include a two-day congress on the 29-30 October, accompanied by satellite events on either side. This week will again include the Biometrics Institute annual evening reception to be held on Tuesday 29 October 2019 from 17:30 – an annual event not to be missed.
The event will be held under Chatham House Rule and will be off-the-record (no media) to facilitate open dialogue between our members and stakeholders.
To register your interest or to find out more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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* Late administration fee of £100 will apply on all registrations after midnight GMT on Friday 11 October