6 top reasons to come to connect:ID 2016

Mar 14, 2016: Washington DC

Whether you visit our free exhibition, or buy a conference pass (giving you access to all three of our conference HUBs), you won't want to miss this year's connect:ID.

#1 Explore the largest US exhibition focused on human identity technologies
With biometrics, next-generation secure ID, and mobile ID the primary areas of focus the event, this year has 72 leading companies and government departments keen to meet you on our free-to-visit exhibition floor. View exhibitor list
#2 Meet a record high number of attendees
This is shaping up to be our best year for attendance with full support from both industry and government. Hundreds of identity professionals and customers will be at connect:ID - to join them book a conference place or register for the exhibition.
#3 See our unparalleled conference program
connect:ID 2016's conference HUB programs are the talk of the industry with top names on the line up delivering highly topical presentations and debates. We are delighted to announce two more very eminent speakers who will be delivering keynote speeches :
alt Congressman Will Hurd, Vice Chair of the Border and Maritime Security Subcommittee, which is responsible for oversight of all relevant aspects of visa, border, port and maritime security including the Visa Waiver Program, and Biometric Entry-Exit.
alt Congressman John M. Katko, Chair of the Transportation Security Subcommittee which has sole jurisdiction over all Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security matters, including the security of passengers and cargo within the U.S. aviation system.
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#4 Focus on border security and aviation
This year's conference has a special focus on Biometric entry/exit with a high-profile Congressional Panel and a special session by the Air Entry/Exit Re-engineering team, who will hold a special interactive session with industry - allowing you to get your questions answered on the path forward for Entry/Exit. Secure your conference place
#5 Quiz the Examiner
Specialist document examiners have an unparalleled insight into secure document design and patterns of fraud. Registered attendees to connect:ID can apply to take part in a special confidential meeting to ask questions about their documents, new security features, projects and more. Deadline to apply is this FridayApply now
#6 Learn from our Special Topics
connect:ID is proud to announce a range of Special Topics taking place on Wednesday, March 16th:
  • Born this way: What Digital Natives are teaching us about digital identity
  • US/EU visions on privacy: Contrasting approaches. Practical implications...
  • Homeland security - The challenge of identifying malevolent actors

If you haven't yet purchased your conference pass or registered to visit our free exhibition, don't delay - join 100s of your industry peers, senior-level government decision makers, and top corporate executives.

About the HUBs
From borders to banks, law enforcement to education - and many other applications besides - biometricID:HUB will examine the new paradigm within which biometric technology now exists, alongside often sensitive policy issues. View agenda
From simplifying payment or access to online content, to using eGovernment services,mobileID:HUB will explore the latest technologies, business models, opportunities and challenges in this fast-moving environment.
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secureID:HUB will delve into identity and document fraud; examine secure credential production (including intelligent document design, manufacture and personalization); and look at the future of secure identity solutions.
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connect:ID 2016 Expo

The connect:ID 2016 EXPO is our largest yet, with more than 70 leading identity companies, government departments, and associations already confirmed as exhibitors.

The EXPO is free to visit - just register online to network with nearly 1,000 attendees and discover all the latest trends and innovations in the industry.

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