International Biometric Group to Host Teleconference on June 9, 2005 at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT

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IBG will host a free teleconference focusing on mobile biometric devices.

International Biometric Group (IBG) extends as invitation to participate in IBG's monthly teleconference series on June 9, 2005 at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT.

IBG will reveal the answers to the following questions:

  • What are the newest mobile biometric devices on the market?
  • How can biometrics be combined with technologies such as RFID and Bluetooth for more convenient and secure authentication?
  • What are the implications of these developments for private and public sector deployers?

This month’s installation of IBG’s monthly teleconference series will provide an overview on the latest mobile biometric devices and their applications.

Mobile biometric solutions provide deployers with the capability to remotely process individuals for access control and identification purposes. Recently developed mobile biometric devices have the potential for mitigating many of the privacy concerns that are associated with the use of biometrics, as the biometric matching and template storage functions can be wholly executed within a portable device. Furthermore, vendors are producing innovative new products that combine biometrics with other related technologies such as RFID, Bluetooth, and GPS.

Joseph Kim, IBG’s Associate Director of Consulting, will discuss the newest generation of mobile biometric devices, and the implications of these developments for both private and public sector deployers.

There is no fee to participate in IBG's teleconference series. Visit to log in and for further details.

About International Biometric Group:

Founded in 1996, International Biometric Group, LLC is the biometric industry's leading independent integration and consulting firm. IBG has extensive hands-on experience with every biometric technology, including fingerprint, face, hand, iris, voice, and signature.

Working on behalf of private and government clients, IBG evaluates, designs, and integrates biometric solutions for Internet applications, public sector programs, network security, point of sale applications, and physical access systems. Learn more at


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