ID WORLD International Congress: Gillian Ormiston

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Gillian Ormiston

Director, Business Development Identification Solutions – Morpho

Speaks at ID WORLD on Secure Identification

Ms Ormiston has held positions in both the private and government sectors involving solutions design and consulting over the past 20 years. Her current post involves ensuring that identification solutions involving biometrics (face, finger, iris) and identity documents meet and anticipate future operational requirements across both the governmental and commercial fields. Over the past 3 years, she has been involved in a number of government projects involving biomeric enrolment solutions for e-passport and visas, the creation of an identity assurance solution across a Ministry of Justice information chain, Mobile AFIS solutions for border control, the development of a facial recognition solution for driving licences, a biomeric identifcation solution for the banking industry and a border passenger identification solution.

Before joining Morpho through the acquisition of the Motorola Biometrics Business Unit known as Printrak, she worked in the capacity of Deputy Programme Officer for the European Commission DG Justice, Freedom and Security Large Scale IT unit. In this capacity she was instrumental in developing the requirements and managing the implementation of projects such as EURODAC, Schengen Information System (SIS II) and the Visa Information System (EU VIS).

“Beating the fraudsters: how the state of North Carolina are addressing the issue of fraudulent Driving Licences”

Fraudulent government-issued documents are an issue the world over. In the US, driving licences are used as the basic identity document for the population. Improving the security aspects of both the document issuance process and of the document itself was a prime consideration for the State of North Carolina when looking at what was available on the market.

Their chosen solution involves the use of the very latest 3D printing technology and facial recognition.

This presentation will look at the business case behind the choice of issuing a very secure document and the technologies which have been integrated together to deliver what the customer was looking for.

 

Speaking on November 16


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