Biometrics Research Group releases report on policing

Biometrics in policing will constitute half of the industry’s market share by the end of this decade, according to a new Biometrics in Law Enforcement (PDF) report published by the Biometrics Research Group Inc., the publisher of BiometricUpdate.com. Biometrics Research Group Inc. projects that the total global biometrics market will grow to US$35.5 billion by 2020 from its 2015 value of US$15 billion. The research vendor approximates that more than half of this 2020 spending, equaling US$18 billion, will be

Special Report: Biometrics in Law Enforcement

This white paper by Biometrics Research Group, Inc. provides an overview of the law enforcement biometrics market (PDF). click to download the report (PDF) Law enforcement biometrics refers to applications of biometric systems which aids policing. Biometrics Research Group Inc. projects that the global law enforcement biometrics market will grow to US$18 billion by 2020 from its 2015 value of US$7.5 billion. The law enforcement market includes the use of biometrics to identify or verify the identity of individuals who

World Border Security Congress to address identity and biometrics at the border

Identity, biometrics and advanced passenger information (API) at the border will be some of the key subjects addressed at the World Border Security Congress to be held in Morocco next March. The “Identity and Biometrics at the Border – Compliance, Application and Implementation” session will address how ease of travel for bona fide travelers has become more complicated despite new technologies such as biometrics and e-visas and how can biometrics can be implemented in compliance within legal, privacy and data

2017 World Border Security Congress announces new speakers

The 2017 World Border Security Congress will see policy makers and practitioners from border management, immigration, customs, policing and security organizations gather in Casablanca, Morocco to discuss the issues, gain insight, collaborate and cooperate to make our borders safer and more secure. As part of the high-level discussion, Peter van den Berg, President of the European Association of Airport & Seaport Police, will speak in the session ‘Building Coherent Global Border Management Response Against Illegal Migration and International Terrorism’ discussing

2017 World Border Security Congress to be held in North Africa

Global border management experts, policy makers and practitioners will gather in Casablanca, Morocco next March to discuss border security threats, challenges and solutions at the 2017 World Border Security Congress, the first to be held in North Africa. The current speaker lineup includes: Rear Admiral Enrico Credendino, Commander, EU Naval Force Mediterranean; Peter Nilsson, Project Manager, Border Police Division, AIRPOL; Michael Gaul, Senior Advisor in NATO’s Emerging Security Challenges Division; Teresa Hardy, Head of Carrier Delivery, Border Force, UK and;