US Online Conference 2020
21 September-22 September
With this ever-changing world, we’re facing the same – and new – challenges in biometrics. Bans, privacy and demographic differences have been joined by contactless biometrics, hygiene issues and a new focus on ethical and responsible use. We have created two exciting mornings of discussion. We will run these meetings in our usual interactive format with a mix of expert presentations, conversations and panels.
Our online meetings have all demonstrated a highly engaged audience with incredible interaction in the chat forum. The recording of the discussions and chat log will be available to all attending members post-event.
Join us on 21-22 September:
9:00 EDT (New York)
14:00 BST (London)
21:00 SGT (Singapore)
23:00 AEST (Sydney)
You can download the updated programme by clicking on the button above.
Key themes for this event will include:
- Technology challenges
- Data security
- Data sharing
- Use cases
- The business of biometrics
- Face spoofing and morphing
- Demographic differentials
Confirmed speakers include:
- Thirimachos Bourlai, Associate Professor, Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University, USA
- Brian J Broderick, Deputy Chief, Identity and Information Management Division (IIMD), Immigration Records and Identity Services (IRIS), US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), USA
- Clare Garvie, Senior Associate, Center on Privacy and Technology, Georgetown University, USA
- Michael King, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Cyber Security, Florida Institute of Technology’s Harris Institute for Assured Information – Identity Lab, USA
- Brenda Leong, Senior Counsel and Director of AI and Ethics, Future of Privacy Forum, USA
- Jean-Philippe Morange, Senior Legal Officer, United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (UNCTED)
- Frank Nolan, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland, USA
- Jonathan Turley, Professor of Public Interest Law, Law School, George Washington University, USA
Richard W Vorder Bruegge, Senior Physical Scientist, FBI, USA
Participation is from US government, industry, our international network, our supplier community, academics and privacy advisers.
Our annual US Conference follows on from our online meeting in March this year. This recording is available to all members and everyone attending the US Conference.
- Scott Francis, Trust Stamp
- Austin Park, NEC Corporation of America
- Frank Nolan, Eversheds Sutherland
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.
If you would like more information, have comments on the programme or have an interest in sponsorship, please email email@example.com.
Conference registration fees:
- Member user: USD 500
- Member supplier: USD 700
- Non-member user: USD 700
- Non-member supplier: USD 1400