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Virtual Meeting: Good Practice for Implementing Biometrics

VIRTUAL MEMBER MEETING | THURSDAY 10 MAY 2018 | ONLINE | 10.00am BST

In conversation with the Biometrics Institute Expert Groups, this webinar provides an introduction to successful biometric implementation, and will touch on privacy considerations as well as testing and managing risks.

Timing: Thursday, 10 May 2018

05.00 - Washington DC (EST)
10.00 - London (BST)
11.00 - Berlin (CET)
13.00 - Dubai (GST)
14.00 - Pakistan (PKT)
17.00 - Singapore (SGT)
19.00 - Canberra, Australia
21.00 - Wellington, New Zealand

Length of webinar: 1 Hour

Agenda:

  • Welcome and Update on the Biometrics Institute “Understanding Biometrics” Guide (10mins)

    Isabelle Moeller, Chief Executive, Biometrics Institute

  • Introduction to Biometrics and some recommendations for a successful implemention (10mins)
    Short introduction to the steps outlined in the good-practice guide
    Francois Vermeulen, Head of TIEG
  • Privacy and Biometrics (10mins)
    Overview of key principles to consider (refer our guidelines) and why
    Terry Aulich, Head of PEG

  • Risk management, importance of testing and liveness detection (10mins)
    What are the weaknesses of biometrics that can but also need to be managed?
    Ted Dunstone, Head of BSIEG

  • Discussion and Q&A from audience (via chat facility) (15mins)

Registration:
This meeting is exclusive to Biometrics Institute members and is free of charge. Non-members also welcome by invitation, or space permitting.
Pre-registration is essential, to nicky@biometricsinstitute.org. Dial in details will be provided upon registration.

Dial-in details
GoToMeeting details will be provided upon registration.
Test the GTM facility prior to the meeting to see if you will be able to access the meeting and presentations.

Disclaimer: The Biometrics Institute provides training and course material as a tool to help you conduct due diligence.  While the Institute has used reasonable care to ensure the accuracy of the material and course, due to the content and variable inputs during and after the process of implementing biometrics, the Institute cannot be held accountable for outcomes or compliance.  The material and course have been prepared for informational purposes only and are not intended to provide legal or compliance advice.   You should consult your legal advisor should you require advice on the legal or compliance aspects of the material or course. 

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