IBIA Announces September 16, 2013 Annual Reception and Its Active Participation
at the Biometric Consortium Conference 2013
WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 09/12/13 -- The International
Biometrics & Identification Association (IBIA) announced today its
annual reception during the Biometric Consortium Conference (BCC) and
that several prominent IBIA members have key speaking roles at the
conference next week in Tampa, Florida.
Sponsored by IBIA member companies -- 3M Cogent (NYSE: MMM), BIO-key
(OTCBB: BKYI), findBiometrics, Cross Match Technologies, Lumidigm,
and Morpho (Safran Group) -- the IBIA will hold its annual reception
Monday, September 16, 2013 at 5:00 PM at the Tampa Museum of Art. Mr.
Michael Barrett, president of Fast Identity Online (FIDO), will
present remarks on "Freedom from Passwords." All BCC participants are
invited to attend the reception and network with their colleagues and
global industry leaders. Please RSVP to Ms. Tovah LaDier, IBIA
Managing Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IBIA speakers at the BCC include Dr. Joseph Atick, Mr. Walter
Hamilton, and Ms. Tovah LaDier. IBIA co-founder and Director
Emeritus, and renowned pioneer in biometrics and facial recognition,
Dr. Atick will deliver the keynote address on Wednesday, September
18th. His address, entitled "Identity: The Next Frontiers," will
present a vision of the changing role of identity in society and will
highlight the opportunities that are expected to emerge for those who
seek to manage it responsibly.
Mr. Hamilton, IBIA vice chairman and senior consultant of IDTP, Inc.,
is scheduled to participate as a panel speaker during the opening
session, Tuesday, September 17th. Mr. Hamilton will also participate
in panel discussions focused on commercial applications of
IBIA managing director Ms. LaDier will speak on "The Tenacity of
Misperceptions" on a panel on Thursday, September 19th, focusing on
public perceptions of biometrics.
About the IBIA
The International Biometrics & Identification
Association (IBIA), a Washington, DC trade association founded in
1998, promotes the responsible and effective use of technology to
determine identity and enhance security, privacy, productivity, and
convenience for individuals, organizations, and governments. For more
information on IBIA or to become a member, visit www.ibia.org.
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