IBG Announces its January 28 Webcast: "Biometric Enabled Smart Cards and e-Passports: Lessons Learned and Future Directions"

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IBG announces its free upcoming webcast, scheduled for January 28, 2010.

International Biometric Group (IBG) is hosting a free webcast, "Biometric Enabled Smart Cards and e-Passports: Lessons Learned and Future Directions," on Thursday, January 28 at 1:00pm EST.

Global deployments of biometric technologies combined with smart card technology for use in transportation, travel and national identity program applications have become more widespread in recent years. This webcast is targeted toward systems integrators, government agencies, and vendors involved in procurement, design, and deployment of biometrically-enabled e-ID systems.

IBG Consultant David Day will spend 30 minutes discussing the following topics:

  • Status of biometrics and electronic ID programs in the EU including BioP@ss and European Citizen Card
  • Vulnerabilities shown in operational systems such as J-BIS
  • Role of vulnerability assessment efforts such as IBG's Spoof Effectiveness and Resistance Testing
  • Cross-jurisdictional privacy and security issues

Event Title: "Biometric Enabled Smart Cards and e-Passports: Lessons Learned and Future Directions"

Event Date: January 28 at 1:00pm EST

To access the event, navigate to: http://www.biometricgroup.com/webcon and click the "listen to our webcast" link.

About International Biometric Group (IBG): IBG is a leading research, consulting and systems integration company addressing the identity management and security needs of government and commercial clients. IBG designs, engineers and supports solutions across multiple platforms in complex, mission-critical environments. IBG is headquartered in New York City, with offices in Washington D.C., West Virginia, Toronto and London. Learn more at http://www.biometricgroup.com.


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