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Post Conference Workshops:
Thursday, February 25, 2010

INTERACTIVE POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS
These workshops are designed to take your conference experience to the next level. Workshops allow you to take the information you gained from the general sessions, and identify and focus on your individual needs and applications. Make the most out of this conference by attending these highly interactive, hands-on sessions. Space is limited to ensure interactivity!

Choose C or D or BOTH for maximum value and learning


8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
MORNING POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP C

Continental breakfast will be provided at 7:30 a.m. for the morning workshop attendees.

Implementing Biometrics:
A Step-By-Step Process To Ensure Project Success

During this workshop, you will learn best practices for biometric system implementation to help you avoid common pitfalls and ensure success. You will leave with a step-by-step checklist that can be tailored to your own biometric project.

Specifically, through examples of good and bad implementations,
you will learn a process for:
  • Understanding and defining key requirements - such as business,
    technology and legal requirements
  • Matching the right technology to the application
  • Determining unique biometric considerations and risks
  • Addressing system integration considerations
  • Ensuring best practices for enrollment, interoperability, data privacy and security
  • Considering human factors and the physical environment

WORKSHOP LEADER: Walter Hamilton is a Senior Consultant with Identification Technology Partners (IDTP), a consulting firm in the identity management field. Prior to joining IDTP in 2006, he served as Vice President and General Manager, Biometric Solutions for Saflink Corporation after completing a distinguished 30-year career with Unisys Corporation. Mr. Hamilton is a recognized industry authority and subject matter expert on biometric technology. He is serving a fifth term as Chairman and President of the International Biometric Industry Association, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit trade association that represents the collective interests of the biometric industry. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and symposiums related to biometrics and identity management. He also serves as Chairman of The Biometric Foundation, a non-profit research and education organization.

Testimonials From Past Walter Hamilton Sessions:

"Great information glad I attended!"

"Great speaker. Very useful information and excellent 'food for thought' in biometrics deployment. My favorite presentation of this conference!"

"Easy to understand, entertaining and interesting."

"Walter's presentation pace is great and the content was pitched at an appropriate level"


11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Lunch on your own

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12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
AFTERNOON POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP D

Understanding And Using Biometrics Standards To Ensure Interoperability & Interchangeability

Have you been wondering what's going on in the area of biometric standards development and adoption and how this could and should impact your plans for implementing or deploying a biometric-based system? Attend this top-rated workshop to answer these questions and more! Since 9/11, development of biometric standards has expanded and accelerated -- at the consortium, national, and international levels. These existing and new standards can have a major influence on vendors, integrators, and end-users, as they are key to interoperability and interchangeability.

This interactive workshop will examine and discuss:
  • Data standards, such as CBEFF, ANSI/NIST ITL1-2000/7 and various
    modality specific data interchange formats
  • Interface standards, such as BioAPI, BIAS, EFTS/EBTS, and NIEM
  • Security standards, such as X9.84 and ACBio
  • Standards for integrating biometrics and smart cards
  • Standards body activities and projects

WORKSHOP LEADER: Catherine J. Tilton, VP for Standards & Emerging Technologies at Daon, has over 25 years of engineering and management experience, including over 15 years in the biometrics industry. She has led the design, development, and deployment of numerous biometric systems in both the commercial and government domains, many of which involved smartcards. Cathy is also very active in the development of national and international biometric standards, currently serving as the US head of delegation to ISO/IEC JTC1 SC37 subcommittee on biometrics and chair of the Biometric Identity Assurance Services (BIAS) Integration technical committee at OASIS.

Testimonials From Past Cathy Tilton Sessions:

"Cathy brings outstanding knowledge and energy to her presentations!"

"Very knowledgeable about subject. Excellent speaker!"

"Cathy was a wealth of knowledge and a captivating speaker"

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