Biometrics for National Security and Local Law Enforcement Summit
IDGA are hosting its sixth annual Biometrics for National Security and Local Law Enforcement Summit starting on January 30, 2012 for three days at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, VA.
The event’s tagline, “Implementing the Latest in Biometric Security Technology” attests to its heavy lineup of presentations from DHS, Department of State, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Army, FBI and more.
More than 25 sessions are dedicated to the current and future trends of the biometrics community. Highlights of this year’s agenda include multi tracked sessions focusing on fingerprint analysis, facial and iris recognition, national security and local law enforcement.
Key speakers are made up of an impressive list including Jeff Jones, Director, Mission Assurance (Infrastructure Protection and Security) U.S. Navy; Colonel Natalie Jacaruso, Director, BIMA, U.S. Army; Lieutenant Colonel Mark DiCarlo, Director, Identity Services Division, USAF; Roger Roehr, Force Protection Agency, Pentagon, and; Kevin Trissell, Senior Analyst, Biometrics DoD.
Keynote session topics on day one are “Examining the Priorities and Standards for US-VISIT” and “Managing Identity for Successful Security Standards” while day two’s keynote session topics are “Interoperability via Web Services” and “NSTC Subcommittee on Biometrics”.
Session track topics will be fingerprint, facial/iris recognition, national security and law enforcement.
Biometric Update is proud to be a media sponsor of this event, and we’re offering readers a 20% discount with the promotional code “Bio_Update” upon registration for the event.
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