Identity Conference this Week in Washington, D.C.

Globally recognized experts on identity management and border control technologies will address critical issues and cutting-edge applications at the connect:ID exhibition and conference March 17-19, 2014 in Washington, D.C.

The conference focuses on identity technology requirements in government and brings together experts from industry, adopters, and government officials to explore the development and fusion of multiple advanced identity technologies -- including biometrics, secure credentials, and digital identity systems.

On Wednesday, March 19, the program will feature "Law enforcement: At the cutting-edge of new identity techniques." Speakers Kris Ranganath (CTO - Biometrics Solutions Division, NEC Corporation of America) will discuss "Cloud technology as an enabler of the next generation Western Identification Network"; Major Sean Jowell (Bureau Commander of the Support Services Bureau, Pinellas County Sheriff's Office) will speak on "Face recognition for rapid law enforcement subject identification"; and Anastatia Pavlovic (Technical Project Manager, Agnitio) will talk about the "Applicability of voice biometrics in law enforcement."

Click here to learn more about the connect:ID conference.

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