Why society’s success depends on biometrics coming of age in the 2020s
Today, biometrics technology has achieved mainstream acceptance. In the wake of the consumer biometrics boom that started in 2013, everyday users around the globe became familiar with using their finger, face, and voice as a security feature for their mobile devices.
But despite the familiarity, biometrics are still largely misunderstood, with confusion about what works and what doesn’t, and for what applications. And further, the misunderstandings between how authentication, identity verification, and surveillance are defined, which has created a landscape of confusion among users, relying parties, and even security professionals.
As the rapid, Covid-driven digitization trend continues the opportunities for fraud multiply, requiring stronger digital identity solutions. Now is the time to demystify and redefine biometrics so society can ultimately enjoy the peace of mind, convenience and empowerment that comes with safe and secure access management solutions for everything from finance and healthcare, to government services and remote work, to digital consumer lifestyles.
In this special webinar event, experts from across digital identity and biometrics industries will help redefine the core concepts of biometrics for this decade and beyond, and present guidance on how the industry can thrive along the way.
Join Our Expert Panel:
- Peter Counter, Editor in Chief, FindBiometrics (Moderator)
- Kevin Alan Tussy, CEO, FaceTec
- Stephanie Schuckers PhD, Director, CITeR
- Jeremy Grant, Coordinator, Better Identity Coalition
- Danielle VanZandt, Industry Analyst – Security, Frost & Sullivan