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IDEMIA appoints SVP for its public security business in North America

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IDEMIA announced the appointment of Donnie Scott as Senior Vice President of Public Security for its Identity & Security business in North America.

Scott previously served as Director of National Security Business Development for DXC Technology where he was responsible for DXC’s national security clients across the U.S. Public Sector, including the pursuit of new business as well as the development and execution of the company’s strategic growth vision.

“The Public Security business is a critical area of focus for IDEMIA in North America and I am excited to lead it into the future,” said Scott. “For decades IDEMIA has been committed to issues concerning public security and its valued partnerships with U.S. government agencies demonstrates the company’s long-standing and ongoing dedication to secure and simplify lives.”

“I am pleased to welcome Donnie Scott to our team and am confident he will provide excellent strategic leadership,” added Ed Casey, CEO, Identity & Security, N.A. “Donnie’s strong dedication to customer service and his passion for growth will have an immediate positive impact on our business.”

IDEMIA recently announced that its technology won the top ranking as the most accurate 1:1 algorithm out of 33 competitors in the SELFIE and WEBCAM categories of NIST’s Face Recognition Vendor Test (FTRVT).

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