FindBiometrics has a solid track record of attracting industry leaders to speak at events, and the upcoming Enterprise Biometrics Online Summit is no exception, with VP’s from FaceTec, IDEMIA and Thales slated to participate. But the upcoming Summit will also be notable for its expert speakers from adjacent – but very important and pertinent – spaces.
Jeremy Grant, for example, will present the opening keynote of the Enterprise Biometrics Online Summit. Grant is the Coordinator of the Better Identity Coalition, an initiative of the nonprofit Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law. A cross-industry consortium, the Better Identity Coalition is dedicated to helping policymakers improve online privacy and security – an area not exclusive to biometrics, but one in which biometric tech clearly has a vital role to play.
Naomi Lefkovitz is a representative of another important non-commercial organization, the National Institute for Standards and Technology. As a Senior Policy Advisor, Lefkovitz will have vital insights to share from an organization whose work in standards-setting and standards-based testing has become critically important to the biometrics industry.
Group337’s Lee Odess, meanwhile, will offer perspective that’s more from the client side of the industry. Group337, which was founded by CEO Odess, is a team of executives offering consultancy services focused on the areas of CRETech, proptech, and smart home markets. They want to help their customers achieve exponential growth, and biometric solutions are, at this point, an important piece of that puzzle.
Finally, a market analyst who will be very familiar to those in the biometrics industry will be on hand to offer her latest insights. Maxine Most galvanized the audience with her presentation, “Harnessing the Tornado”, at the FindBiometrics Identity Summit in June, and the renowned Principal Analyst of Acuity Market Intelligence will certainly have more important information for the enterprise-focused crowd this September.
The Enterprise Biometrics Summit is slated for September 22, and registration is open now, and free of charge.
Additional speakers and sponsors will be announced.