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EAB Lunch Talk: Implications of the forthcoming forensic sciences standard ISO/IEC 21043 for forensic biometrics

EAB Lunch Talk: Implications of the forthcoming forensic sciences standard ISO/IEC 21043 for forensic biometrics
 

Implications of the Forthcoming Forensic Sciences Standard ISO/IEC 21043 for Forensic Biometrics
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May 21, 2024

European Association for Biometrics (EAB) is hosting an upcoming lunch talk May 21, “Implications of the Forthcoming Forensic Sciences Standard ISO/IEC 21043 for Forensic Biometrics” by Didier Meuwly from the University of Twente and Netherlands Forensic Institute NFI.

Didier will talk about the forthcoming forensic sciences standard ISO/IEC 21043 and its implications in the forensic biometric discipline.

The presentation comprises five parts: Introduction, Existing Standards Review, Description of ISO/IEC 21043 Parts, Analysis of Requirements, and Conclusion on Benefits. Each part addresses key aspects such as terms, recovery, analysis, interpretation, and reporting, concluding in improved quality management and safer practices for forensic biometric examiners.

Registration is free but required.

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