Mobey Forum to host ‘biometrics for high-value services’ event

June 26, 2015 - 

Global mobile banking industry association Mobey Forum, along with Natural Security Alliance and Biometrics Institute, will host an afternoon event that explores the opportunities, obstacles and breakthroughs in mobile banking biometrics, held in Paris on July 1 from 1:30 – 5:30 p.m.

The event will consist of five back-to-back 45-minute sessions, with a brief 15-minute break between the third and fourth sessions.

The first session will offer a global overview and introduction of banking and biometrics with a presentation by CaixaBank and Morpho on the Mobey Forum study, “Biometrics in financial industry: opportunities and obstacles”.

The talk will be followed by Biometrics Institute’s “So what is going to be next?” presentation, which will provide a sneak peek of the results of its annual industry survey.

Finally, Natural Security Alliance will discuss biometrics on mobile devices.

The second session will discuss implementations of biometrics in which representatives from Trustonic, Certgate and Oberthur will discuss “Security and implementations”.

The presentation will address important topics such as how to be assured that biometric implementations will be secure, as well as the areas of trusted execution environment, secure element and secure environment.

The third session will explore evaluation and testing with input from labs (ELITT), Biometrics Alliance Initiative and European projects (CEA for BEAT).

The fourth session will tackle regulation issues, with French Data protection agency CNIL discussing EU General Data Protection Regulation.

Finally, at 4:45 p.m., session 5 will close the event with an overview discussion about the afternoon’s key topics of biometrics, implementation, evaluation testing concerns, and regulation.

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