The Enterprise Biometrics Online Summit is right around the corner, and FindBiometrics has now released an agenda for the event detailing a day packed with informative and insightful presentations and discussions.
The event, slated for September 22, will start off at 11:00 a.m. ET with opening remarks from FindBiometrics Editor in Chief Peter Counter, followed by a keynote from Jeremy Grant, the Coordinator of the Better Identity Alliance. That will be followed by a keynote presentation from an SVP from one of the biggest names in face biometrics – FaceTec’s Jay Meier.
Around noon will be the event’s first big panel discussion, and it’s going to tackle one of the most important issues facing virtually all industries in the COVID-19 age. “Reopening With Biometrics: Security and Access During a Pandemic” will feature Group337 CEO Lee Odess and ZKTeco CEO Manish Dalal.
Next up will be what is surely one of the most highly anticipated presentations of the day. Acuity Market Intelligence’s Principal Analyst, Maxine Most, galvanized the audience at the FindBiometrics Identity Summit in June with her keynote address, “Harnessing the Tornado”; at the Enterprise Biometrics Online Summit, Most will deliver Part 2 of her exploration of the whirlwind of activity in biometric tech.
The afternoon will also see commentary from Frost and Sullivan Security Industry Analyst Danielle VanZandt, who will discuss the practicalities of retiring password-based security in the workplace; and Lee Odess will return to discuss the major biometric trends in the security industry. But not before presentations from AnyVision and Thales, a fireside chat with IDEMIA’s Senior Director of Digital Identity for North America Tarvinder Sembhi, a ChannelPro session on access control and the IoT, and a stroll through the Summit’s virtual Expo Hall.
Finally, the day will conclude with a discussion on reusable identity credentials featuring representatives from two of the most important companies active in the digital authentication space: Onfido Director of Alliances & Partnerships Ed Ackerman, and Microsoft Principal Program Manager Ankur Patel.
Clearly, the Enterprise Biometrics Online Summit will deliver a wealth of insight into how biometric technology can be used – and is being used – to transform all kinds of organizations for the better. Registration for the event is still open and free of charge, so be sure to sign up today to give your organization a leg up in the ongoing digital transformation of business.