ID WORLD International Congress: Secure Identification

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Secure Identification

Building efficient, secure communications infrastructures and processes through ID

Smart cards and biometrics have become robust, convenient, cost-effective technologies used to build first class security infrastructures to identify and assign privileges to a broad range of users (citizens, consumers, employees, patients and more).

When does strong authentication become the optimum choice for rapidly verifying ownership or eligibility of services? What approaches are used to establish confidentiality, message integrity and user authentication? What are the challenges of taking ID to the next level of credentialing and electronic functions?


Scope:

Master-classes on biometrics, smart cards and their application for electronic documents, security and e-services

Sessions:

Logical and Physical Security
Secure Documents
Cards
Biometrics

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010


Session 1 – Logical and Physical Security

Chairman: to be announced

– Brig. Saleem Ahmed Moeen, CEO – SecureTech Consultancy
Challenges of taking the ID card to the next level

– Klaus Schmeh, Consultant – Cryptovision
Cryptologic techniques for securing e-ID documents

– Kevin Gillick, Executive Director – GlobalPlatform
Aligning with international and regional standards

– Dirk Arendt, VP – Business Dev. & Corporate Communications – Openlimit SignCubes
Teaching the new German identity card to work on the internet

Coffee Break

Session 2 – Secure Documents

Chairman: to be announced

– J. Anthony Ogden, Inspector General – United States Government Printing Office
E-passport security – Ensuring the integrity and protection of the supply chain

– Andreas Wolf, Senior Product Architect – Bundesdruckerei
New border control processes – Challenges and requirements for document inspection systems

– Gillian Ormiston, Director Business Development Identification Solutions – Morpho
Beating the fraudsters: how the state of North Carolina are addressing the issue of fraudulent Driving Licences

– Carl-Otto Künnecke, CEO – Otto Künnecke
PIN-solutions in connection with electronic functions of ID cards

Lunch

Session 3 – Cards

Chairman: to be announced

– Rainer Rettig, President – Are Con
New developments in UV Silkscreen inks fostering technological and ecological improvements in card manufacturing

– Ingrid Geuens, R&D manager ID&S – Agfa
First results from the next generation of ID card durability tests

– Pierre Scaglia, Sales Manager EMEA – PPG Industries
Optimizing the security and durability of smart identity credentials

– Marzia Baruffato, Sales & Marketing Manager – Ineos Films
The role of substrates in ID card bodies: durability, costs and security

Coffee Break

Session 4 – Biometrics

Chairman: to be announced

– Peter Sommer, General Business Development Manager – Wacom Europe
Efficient workflows with handwritten digital signatures

– Stefan Lundgren, Development Manager – Speed Identity
Secure identification – biometric enrolment – perfect image acquisition

– Jonas Andersson, Vice President of Business Development- Precise Biometrics
Health cards – a useful application for Match-on-Card biometrics

– Werner Blessing, CEO – Biometry.com
Technical and commercial solutions for mobile

– Mario Savastano, Sen. Res. – Institute of Bio-structures and Bio-images CNR
The virtual barriers of Automated Border Crossing

End of Conference Sessions


Special Discount

Register and pay before Sep 15 and save 15% off the registration fee:
– 637.50

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