(IBIA, Wednesday, March 22, 2017)
Benji Hutchinson, Senior Director, Washington, D.C. Operations, Advanced Recognition Systems Division of NEC Corporation of America testified on behalf of the International Biometrics + Identity Association before the Full House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The hearing was convened to allow the Committee to review law enforcement’s policies on facial recognition technology. You can watch the full hearing by visiting https://oversight.house.gov/hearing/law-enforcements-use-facial-recognition-technology/
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(SIIA FISD, Thursday, February 23, 2017)
Hans Bergman, Head of Sales and Product, Behaviosec and Greg Cannon, CTO, Crossmatch Technologies participated in a panel hosted by the Financial Information Services Division (FISD) of SIIA to provide a basic overview of biometric modalities and potential uses in the financial services sector.
(IBIA, January 8, 2017)
On Monday, January 2, 2017, The Washington Post editorial board published an opinion article titled Uber and Lyft’s arguments against fingerprinting make little sense.
The article addresses the objections of Uber and Lyft to requiring fingerprint background checks for their drivers. The IBIA responded with a letter to the editor, which you can read here
(IBIA, November 17, 2016)
The International Biometrics + Identity Association (IBIA) is proud to announce that Managing Director Tovah LaDier has won the Women in Biometrics 2016 Award presented by Secure ID News and the Security Industry Association (SIA). Active and valued IBIA member Teresa Wu, Director of Strategic Marketing and Government Relations for MorphoTrak, was also recognized with the award. The Women in Biometrics Awards are a prestigious recognition, and rightly acknowledge the contributions LaDier and Wu have both made in the many years they have spent advocating IBIA's cause.