Goode Intelligence announces Biometric Summit 2021 date, calls for speakers
The global summit brings together leaders from the fields of biometrics, authentication, and digital ID for keynotes, presentations, industry-led panels, specialized analyst insights and interviews with leading authorities in a packed day-long event.
Key themes that will be covered during Biometric Summit 2021 include ‘biometric technology powering the 21st century revolution,’ ‘the Road to Recovery with Wellness Passports,’ and biometrics for seamless digital onboarding.
“Building on the success of our previous Biometric Summits in London and New York since 2018 and our virtual events throughout 2020, we are delighted to once again bring the best in biometric innovation to a global audience,” comments Goode Intelligence CEO and Chief Analyst Alan Goode. “In this year’s summit we’ll be exploring the key themes and challenges that the industry is facing right now during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the months to come as business continues to adapt and change.”
The analyst firm has also issued a call to biometrics professionals and practitioners who are not vendors or sales of the technology for speakers and papers to be presented during the Summit. Experts in biometrics, authentication and digital identity are invited to submit proposals to speak or participate in a panel. The proposal deadline is March 5.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Biometrics events next week
The European Biometrics Association (EAB) is conducting an online seminar on ‘live enrollment for German identity documents’ on February 23, and ID4Africa addresses infant identity management in a continuation of its Livecast series the next day on February 24.
Also on February 24, TypingDNA will hold a webinar on ‘secure remote workforce authentication’, and Acuant will hold its ‘Mind the Gap’ webinar to discuss how governments and businesses can address the growing trust gap.
A TrustReport.Live conference on ‘identity redefined: Rebuilding trust in a post-COVID era,’ will be hosted on the 25th by Wired UK Editor-in-chief Greg Williams and feature representatives of Daltrey, SITA, and Innovatrics, which is also supporting the event.