BioCatch, FacePhi, IDEMIA, and Money20/20 Execs to Participate in Expert Webinar Panel

“Registration for the webinar is now open and completely free, with participants able to watch the talk live and participate in a question and answer session…”

BioCatch, FacePhi, IDEMIA, and Money20/20 Execs to Participate in Expert Webinar Panel

Money 20/20 Conference at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV, October 21, 2018. (Photo Credit: Insider Images)

There was a lot of excitement about biometric technology at last week’s Money20/20 event in Las Vegas, and while that event is now a wrap, the excitement is far from finished. Next Wednesday, FindBiometrics will carry that momentum forward in the latest edition of its renowned webinar series, entitled “What Your Money Knows About You: AI, Biometrics and Commerce” – and the discussion’s expert panelists have now officially been revealed.

Three of them are high-level executives from some of the biggest names in FinTech biometrics today: Javier Mira, the CEO of one of the leading pioneers of the booming selfie authentication trend, FacePhi; Frances Zelazny, the Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer of BioCatch, a marquee provider of the kind of behavioral biometrics technology that has proven so popular in the financial services sector; and Gary Jones, the VP of Biometric Access & Time Solutions at IDEMIA, one of the biggest identity security firms in the world.

The discussion will also feature Andrew B. Morris, Money20/20’s Chief Content Officer, and will be moderated by FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill, both of whom will be able to share insights from their wide-ranging participation across last week’s big show.

But the webinar won’t simply be a recap of Money20/20 Las Vegas – it will tackle some of the biggest ongoing trends and topics in the financial services sector, including the growing importance of artificial intelligence, the privacy implications of digital authentication solutions, technological innovations in banking and payments, and much more.

Registration for the webinar is now open and completely free, with participants able to watch the talk live and participate in a question and answer session, or to view the proceedings in a recording released after the event, so be sure to sign up today.