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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

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011


Session 1 – Logical and Physical Security

– Luis Orbegoso, President – Lenel Systems International
Leveraging Identity Management for Operational Effectiveness

– Michel Leduc, VP Marketing & Sales – Neowave
Are NFC smart objects paving the way to a seamless security policy for your company?

– Hector Hoyos, CEO & Chairman – Hoyos Group
The end of log-ins, passwords and tokens

– Juergen Koenig, Managing Director – vps ID Systems
Management of large scale multi applications credentials

– Joseph Krull, Assurance Director – PricewaterhouseCoopers
Mobile device security & privacy – Planning considerations for a successful enterprise mobile device deployment

Coffee Break

Session 2 – Secure Documents

– Dan Butnaru, Product Manager – Keynectis
e-Passport technology for e-Visa: how to set up synergy models

– Thomas Hitzer, CEO – KSW Microtec
eID Documents – The Evolution of Applications and Technologies

– Christine Pape, EMEA Senior Business Development Manager for Government Solutions – Datacard
High security identification documents: using QSDC to determine the right mix

-Jean-Pierre Enguent, Product Manager – Inside Secure
Secure products for identification

-Didier Chaudun, President – Gixel
IAS ECC, an ecosystem developed by GIXEL for eID card interoperability

Lunch

Session 3 – Cards

– Kevin Gillick, Executive Director – GlobalPlatform
Facilitating the mass market deployment of mobile contactless services

– Reiner Rettig, President – Are Con
Secure, durable and commercially attractive: security features in composite cards

– Manuel Villamayor, Director Government & Secure ID Segment – NagraID
Display cards: a technology crossroad for converging IDs

– Gisela Meister, Standardization Manager – Giesecke & Devrient
Evaluating standard for SSCD

– Fernando Castejón Ferreira, CEO – IntelCav
State of the art in card technologies

Coffee Break

Session 4 – Biometrics

– Peter Went, CEO – WCC
Avoiding double trouble: deploying person centric ID to cut fraud

– Sujan T.V. Parthasaradhi, Director of Biometric Applications – Lumidigm
The business case for biometrics in commercial greenfield markets

– Rifat Abedin, Vice President Business Development – Tiger IT Bangladesh
Correlation of fingerprint quality with different population parameters in Bangladesh

– Ashok Bhanaut, Managing Director – Bhanaut Visions International
Biometric identity management for social benefits

End of Conference Sessions


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– 637.50

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