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Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference

Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference

Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference
Sydney, Australia
May 22-23, 2024

For over two decades, the Asia-Pacific Conference has brought together a diverse range of biometrics experts. This includes representatives from government agencies, commercial organisations, and technology providers to help shape the responsible future of biometrics.

This two-day event provides an amazing networking opportunity alongside a compelling conference agenda featuring high-profile international and local speakers. Attendees will engage in trusted and open dialogue on the most important issues surrounding biometrics, including the implications of AI and its relationship with biometrics, and the future of secure identity solutions and digital identity management.

The Institute creates a unique platform where attendees can forge connections and deepen their knowledge. By learning from industry experts and peers, participants gain fresh perspectives on the latest technologies and trends. Additionally, the Institute fosters innovation and responsible use of biometric technology and delegates attending the Asia-Pacific Conference can expect:

Open and trusted conversations: The Biometrics Institute provides a unique platform for open and honest discussions under Chatham House Rule. This ensures a safe space for productive dialogue on even the most sensitive biometrics topics. You must be in the room to be part of what is being discussed.
Balanced thought leadership: In collaboration with its members, the Institute facilitates dialogue addressing policy and technology gaps, evolving them into valuable guiding tools to better prepare decision-makers and policymakers. This event will specifically debate the relationship between biometrics and artificial intelligence.
Unmatched networking: Build lasting relationships and foster ongoing collaboration by connecting with representatives from a multitude of countries, ensuring a truly global perspective on this rapidly evolving field.
Direct access to policymakers: Gain valuable insights from key decision-makers directly involved in shaping biometric policy and implementation across the Asia-Pacific region.
World-class speakers: Engage with high-profile international and local experts addressing the latest advancements, challenges, and ethical considerations surrounding biometrics.

– Government in service delivery and border management
– Police and law enforcement
– Healthcare
– Large corporates
– Retail and commerce
– Transport

– Decision-makers
– Policy and governance
– Business development
– Digital transformation
– Identity management
– Technology solutions, product development
– Security, cyber, risk

To provide deeper insights into digital onboarding and biometrics and digital identity and biometric authentication, the Institute is also hosting a Digital Identity and Biometrics Workshop the day before the conference.

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