11th Government forum on electronic identity

How National eID Can Support Delivery of Public and Private Sector Services 1-3 December, 2015 – Dhaka, Bangladesh The 11th Government Forum on Electronic Identity, organised by APSCA, is an annual event focused on national electronic identity and its related applications. The forum is Asia’s largest annual meeting for government agencies that issue national electronic identity cards, manage population registers, work with citizens’ electronic identities and facilitate the delivery of eGovernment services and benefits to citizens. In 2015, the theme

FIDO Alliance introduces new government membership

The FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance has introduced a new class of membership for government agencies in which they can actively participate in the development of FIDO standards. The new government membership program was designed to appease government agencies looking to engage more directly with the FIDO Alliance, as well as represent government’s particular interests in securing cyberspace with FIDO authentication. U.S. (United States NSTIC/NIST) and UK (United Kingdom Office of the Cabinet) governments are the first to join as

Identity Management Symposium

April 21-22, 2015 Mary M. Gates Learning Center, Alexandria, VA Forensics and biometrics provide DoD and Federal Civilian Organizations with critical capabilities help to identify threats, reduce costs, and target valuable resources where they are needed. Advances in identity intelligence allow for discovery of unknown potential threat actors by connecting individuals to other persons, places, events, or materials, analyzing patterns of life, and characterizing their level of potential threats to US interests. The Government is actively seeking improvements to current

IQPC unveils lineup for Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement conference

International Quality & Productivity Center has unveiled the speaker lineup for the ninth annual Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement conference, held January 26-28 at the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel in Arlington Texas. Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement is the only biometrics event designed to exclusively cater to the unique needs of federal government and local law enforcement. The conference will focus on the future of biometric initiatives and technology, delivered by a lineup of speakers spanning DHS, the

Airport biometrics will pose a challenge to CIA in Europe

The introduction of biometrics to enhance border security in the European Union will pose an operational challenge to CIA operatives, according to a secret intelligence report released by WikiLeaks. According to a now released secret document entitled “CIA Advice for US Government Operatives Infiltrating Schengen”, current travel throughout Europe is relatively easy, because persons without official government positions are not required to carry visas. However, next year, a new entry-exit system in the European Union will be put in place

UK Biometrics Commissioner releases annual report

UK Biometrics Commissioner Alastair R. MacGregor publicly released his first annual report yesterday. The Biometrics Commissioner is independent of the UK Government. His role is to keep under review the retention and use by the police of DNA samples, DNA profiles and fingerprints. The post was created in 2012 under the Protection of Freedoms Act. His report for 2013-2014 was submitted to the UK Home Office in November and a copy was provided to the UK Parliament on December 16.

UK Science and Technology Committee to host biometric data and technologies session

The UK’s Science and Technology Committee will hold its session November 26 at 9.15 a.m. at the House of Commons to address the current and future uses of biometric data and technologies. Previously reported, the Science and Technology Committee made an inquiry back in August regarding the potential use and collection of biometric data, as well as whether or not the regulations in this relatively new field are sufficient. The session will address the future applications of biometrics with a

Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement

January 26-28, 2015 Washington D.C Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement returns for its 9th consecutive year as the only biometrics event to exclusively cater to the needs of federal government and local law enforcement. Join hundreds of biometric professionals (both industry and end users) to preview the future of biometric initiatives and technology, first hand from those leading the direction of our upcoming efforts. Engage in discussions with representatives from DHS, the U.S. Army, CBP, FBI, Michigan State Police,

SDW 2015 – The Global Hub For Next Generation Citizen & Government ID Solutions

Conference: 9-11 June 2015 – Exhibition 10-11 June 2015 QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK SDW 2015 (Security Document World) – the world’s leading document security show – focuses on ePassports, visas, driving licenses, national IDs, worker credentials, advanced border control, anti-counterfeiting, fraud detection, and much more. The event will provide a global showcase for next-generation human identity solutions, focusing on intrinsic document security and on the new cutting-edge secure infrastructure now required to produce and use these advanced documents

5th Internet Finance and Payment Innovation 2014

20-21 November 2014 Shanghai, China We will gather no less than 250 leaders from commercial banks, payment service or solution providers, P2P, e-commerce companies, handset producers, airlines, funds, assurance, telecom carriers, government, central banks, association and others. They will focus on the hot topics including “The Roadmap of P2P and Crowdfunding in the Context of Internet Finance”, “Bank’s Mashup Practice in Internet Finance”, “Mobile Finance 3.0”, “Develop Cloud-Payment Platform to Safeguard Payment Security”, “Innovate Payment Services, Improve Process Efficiency and