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London, 9 - 11 June 2020

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Jun 912:30
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Jun 913:20
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Creating modern identities for safer environments

Keynotes
Societies are developing at great pace around the world, and as they do, identity, and the need to be in control of identity, becomes more important. Identity means different things to an individual as life progresses, but the fundamentals of identity such as the rights to own, manage and share our identities whilst protecting privacy remain. So how do we create identities which address the demands of the citizens of these evolving societies and the authorities which govern and police them? What are the factors which will influence modern identity and what can we, as an industry, do deliver freedom, convenience and flexibility whilst maintaining the safety and security of nations.
Jun 913:45
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Grand Designs - Session Chair's Introduction

Keynotes
A series of fascinating case studies on the implementation of major identity projects involving secure documents, biometrics and digital identity - from conception to execution. Learn how national schemes have been developed and the challenges faced and overcome along the way.
Jun 915:00
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Panel: The Privacy Landscape - Next Year, 10 Years on and on the Horizon

Keynotes
With GDPR setting the framework for privacy, what are ecosystems across the world doing to ensure legislation is interoperable but still suits local needs in the context of identity, and what steps need to be taken to be globally compliant in an ever-evolving landscape?

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Jun 1010:45
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Biometrics Standards and Testing - Session Chair's Introduction

Planet Biometrics 2020
Discover the latest testing of biometric technology to ensure the effectiveness of algorisms, and scenario testing, as well as how new standards will shape the future landscape.
Jun 1010:45
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Establishing Fit for Purpose Identity Infrastructures - Session Chair's Introduction

Transformative Identity Summit
For identity ecosystems to be effective, crucial foundations must be laid first. Discover how challenges around registering the enrolling citizens are being met with these informative case studies.
Jun 1010:45
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Designing Secure and Effective Physical Credentials - Session Chair's Introduction

SDW 2020
Jun 1010:50
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Jun 1010:50
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The national population registry and identity management in Norway

Transformative Identity Summit
Norway is currently working on modernizing the Norwegian National Population Registry. The Registry issue identity number to both residents and people with a temporary connection to Norway. The ID-number issued is used as an identifier, when the rights and duties the person have in Norway is under consideration. It is also the base of the Tax census, electoral roll and welfare benefits. In a digital society both the number itself and the personal information connected to the number, has become of great value to the society. The national ID-number is the core for digital identities, ID-documents and it is used by both public authorities and the private sector. To secure privacy for the person who has been issued an ID-number and to fight ID-related crime, they plan to "lock" one person to one identity in Norway by using biometrics. They are working on ID-Management from a holistic view accross different authorites, and have suggested a common vision for a holistic national ID-management.
Jun 1011:05
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ISO/IEC 39794-5 - what are the consequences for passports?

Planet Biometrics 2020
During the last few years, some ISO/IEC JTC 1 standardization groups together with ICAO developed new requirements to portraits for MRTDs, and a new biometric data format is now available as well. The ICAO Portrait Quality TR is meanwhile considered to be the "gold quality standard" for facial images, and the recently published ISO/IEC 39794-5 translates it into the world of ISO standards. The parts of ISO/IEC 39794 define data formats for face and finger (and other modalities in the future), and now these data formats are extendable for the first time. That is, future changes in the contained data elements will not impact the interoperability among the MRTDs in the field and the inspection systems. Furthermore, many new data elements can be encoded now, improving data quality and reducing potential fraud.Now the standards are published, and the transition starts. What has to be done now? By whom? Until when?As the biometric portion of the international passport system is updated now, some more improvements are possible as well, again, without harm for interoperability. The talk finishes with an outlook on such potential improvements.
Jun 1011:05
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PNG national identity and lessons learned

Transformative Identity Summit
Governments globally are increasingly proposing or implementing national digital identity programmes. Many such programmes entail a push to collect, store, and use the biometrics of individuals as the primary means of establishing and authenticating their identity. In some cases, these programmes either contemplate or create a centralised database of this highly sensitive, yet unchangeable, information. This is incredibly risky. However, critics have responded by noting that national digital identity schemes may not in fact ensure more effective distribution of benefits, better service delivery, or improved governance, and at the same time, they raise serious concerns, including concerns about how such programmes are designed or governed; the potential for social exclusion; privacy and data protection; and cybersecurity.Biometric linked-national ID programmes can bring benefits such as more accurate and efficient delivery of Government services.As this presentation will explain, proponents of biometrics linked-national ID programmes argue that they bring benefits such as more accurate and efficient delivery of government services, anti-poverty regimes, and welfare schemes; that they can reduce corruption or increase inclusion; or can help serve national security interests.
Jun 1011:05
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State of the art security through intelligent card design

SDW 2020
As, on one hand, the forgers become more sophisticated, on the other Governments and authorities are tightening their procurement procedures to maximise competition. So as proprietary features become less acceptable, the role of design in securing a card against counterfeiting has become critical. This presentation will look at how smart design can replace complex security features while still delivering credentials which meet the highest levels of integrity. Security needs to be incorporated into the card from first concepts, with a clear process implemented to bring together visual and structural design to achieve class leading protection.
Jun 1011:20
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A smarter architecture: adapting to future identity trends

Transformative Identity Summit
In the beginning, long before data, there was identification and entitlement. These required verification, so secure documents came along to support this. Throughout the journey the world of ID has always shadowed that of industry generally – what is technically possible, and how can it be used? Like Industry v4.0, Identity is now poised to enter its own new era; we might call it IDv4.0.Like the bigger Industry debate the focus is expanding from what technologies we work with, to include how we want to work with technology. The ID World cannot close its eyes and ears to this debate and expect to survive the next generation. An architecture level response is one of the best ways to address and adapt to change in the face of such wider forces.This presentation discusses the requirements and pressures on Identity architectures to support management of identity at a time of multiple IDs, privacy concern, and better business value from shared service structures, including the citizen’s (e.g. the customer’s) own devices. It will share some of HID Global’s views on how an international business evolves to meet these challenges.
Jun 1011:20
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Invoking the biometric fingerprint system vulnerabilities - a precis of Malaysian evaluation scheme

Planet Biometrics 2020
Ever since biometric authentication was introduced in the 18th century, it has remained as one of the most promising and anxiety provoking technology. Will it be a dream of seamless authentication process or a nation’s nightmare? To resolve this contradicting feelings, necessary security assessments have to be carried out prior to the deployment, and one of it is to evaluate its operational environment. This paper represents the part and parcel of a local scheme adapting Common Criteria for evaluating the biometric authentication system for fingerprints. As it is essential to substantiate that these systems achieve an acceptable level of security, a test method was developed and executed using selection of scenarios that will trigger the vulnerabilities. Different kinds of spoofing materials were used to attack the system. Best practices to mitigate the risk associated with the threats are also presented.
Jun 1011:45
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Panel: Privacy, Ethics and Consent in Biometrics

Planet Biometrics 2020
The use of biometrics and its impact on civil liberties is perhaps the liveliest issue in the world of biometrics right now. Join experts as they consider how biometrics should be successfully and responsibly used while not infringing on individual rights.
Jun 1011:45
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Panel: Successful and Emerging New Models of Identity

Transformative Identity Summit
While the concept of a legal identity has been around for hundreds of years, new models are continuing to emerge, but challenges around identity inclusion still exist. To what extent has technology helped drive new models of identity, and how can the identity community best work together to build on already successful models?
Jun 1011:45
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Panel: What Next for National ID Schemes?

Digital:ID 2020
Over 70 countries now offer their citizens a national identity scheme, either through eID cards or via access to eGov services. Our diverse expert panel will draw upon their wealth of experience to assess lessons learnt from existing schemes and what the future holds for national ID.
Jun 1011:45
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Panel: Innovations in Security Printing

SDW 2020
With the global security printing market expected to be worth nearly £30bn by 2024, panellists will consider how the latest ideas and innovations are shaping security printing, including how documents with more complex features can be produced on a short production time, and best solutions for documents to be relevant in a world of increasing smart devices.
Jun 1014:40
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Roundtables

Keynotes
2020 market trends and future visions for eID and eMRTD programmes
Getting real: How governments can embrace the sovereignty in self-sovereign identity
Securing breeder documents in the era of digital migration
Shaping the future with identity
Jun 1016:05
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Biometrics at the Edge of Payments - Session Chair's Introduction

Planet Biometrics 2020
Biometrics has the potential to revolutionise the way individuals make payments and engage with retail services. Find out learnings from innovative projects and next steps for implementation on a wider scale.
Jun 1016:05
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Combating Digital Identity Fraud - Session Chair's Introduction

Digital:ID 2020
It is estimated that remote online identity fraud costs the economy nearly £4 trillion a year. These presentations look at some of the key trends and initiatives to counter fraud, and how digital identity can be successfully utilised as a solution.
Jun 1016:05
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Government Only Session - Session Chair's Introduction

Transformative Identity Summit
In this special session open only to government delegates, learn about some of the more sensitive and confidential trends and developments in secure documents, biometrics and digital identity.
Shaun Annis, Chief Immigration Officer, National Document Fraud Unit
Jun 1016:05
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Bridging the Physical and Digital Divide - Session Chair's Introduction

SDW 2020
In the last few years we’ve seen the evolution of derived credentials, and with the world becoming more digitalised, what does this mean for documents of the future, and how can technology bridge the gap to allow physical credentials to interact in a digital world?
Jun 1016:10
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Jun 1016:10
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Digital identity and counter fraud - where the opportunities lie

Digital:ID 2020
Identity fraud in the UK continues to grow, costing billions and adversely affecting consumer trust. This speech looks at the current identity fraud problem, how digital identity might help address some of these aspects, and the environment that would need to be in place for this to happen.
Jun 1016:10
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Jun 1016:25
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Mobile network attributes, protecting customers from fraud and account takeover

Digital:ID 2020
Given that over 80% of impersonation fraud is initiated via mobile, Mobile Operators are uniquely positioned to provide protection for mobile users by leveraging data generated by its mobile networks. With an operational footprint spanning more than 60 countries Vodafone is leading a cross industry initiative to expose real-time user attributes via rest based API’s to protect customer around the globe from fraud and economic crime.
Jun 1016:25
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Hardware-based blockchain: A technology to enhance governmental identity solutions?

SDW 2020
Blockchain is a technology that can be used for more than just the implementation of crypto currencies. Blockchain-based system architectures are suited for a variety of governmental ID use cases bringing significant added value to projects.After recapitulating the main principles of a blockchain and explaining ID specific challenges, the main part of the speech describes the advantages a blockchain can bring for an ID project: The reduction of overall infrastructure and system costs and the increased trust of citizens and stakeholders.To take full benefit of these advantages and learning from past experiences, it is recommended to use hardware based “trust anchors” keeping private keys safe and secure and further reducing the risk of manipulation.The last section of the speech focuses on a real life use case demonstrating how blockchain can improve ID schemes.
Jun 1016:40
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Digital ID Wallet, next generation mobile driver licenses - the Australian way

SDW 2020
Proving that we are who we claim to be is a near-essential element of modern life. This session will explore how, to address those challenges and bridge the identity gap, Australia is turning to Digital ID Wallet to deliver a new breed of ID related services. We will share experience on best practices, status on latest deployments, end users perception and winning formulas to win users adoption.
Jun 1017:05
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Panel: Developing Digital Identity Standards

Digital:ID 2020
Join experts as they unpack the latest national and international standards and discuss next steps for ensuring future frameworks are consistent, compatible and promote interoperability.
Jun 1017:05
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Panel: Implementing Fair and Inclusive Biometric Systems

Planet Biometrics 2020
For all its potential solutions, some biometric technology has discriminated against certain groups by misidentifying them, raising concerns around unconscious racial and gender bias. Accuracy may be improving, but what are the remaining barriers around using biometrics so that all members of society benefit?
Jun 1017:05
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Panel: Virtual Passports - Feasible or Fantasy?

SDW 2020
An estimated 120 countries now deploy ePassports, and the idea of a completely virtual passport has been around for a while, but how close are we to achieving this? This panel focuses on progress made so far, and how to address the barriers for virtual passports.

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Jun 1111:00
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Digital Identity in Financial Services - Session Chair's Introduction

Digital:ID 2020
Digital identity is now seen as a crucial component of the financial services industry, and the pace of change is rapid. This session will explore how digital identity is creating new business models, its place in the new era of open banking, and innovations in onboarding new customers.
Jun 1111:00
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Enabling a Seamless End-to-End Passenger Journey - Session Chair's Introduction

Traveller Identity Summit
With the number of global air passengers expected to nearly double to 7.8bn between now and 2036, what digital identity and biometric initiatives are being developed to alleviate congestion and provide a seamless traveller experience?
Jun 1111:00
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Leveraging the Power of Biometrics - Session Chair's Introduction

Planet Biometrics 2020
How are biometric solutions being applied in real world for the efficiency of governments and commercial organisations, and to what extent can they be a definitive solution?
Jun 1111:00
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Document Fraud In Focus - Prevention, Detection and Training - Session Chair's Introduction

SDW 2020
Hear the latest developments in how security documents are being made to be protected from fraud, case studies on the detection of fraudulent documents, and what is being done to improve frontline training.
Jun 1111:05
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Digital identity: New business models and opportunities

Digital:ID 2020
A digitized economy is opening up exciting opportunities for new financial services and customer convenience. Digital platform companies are increasingly looking to regulated financial service providers to operate the “on and off ramps” for identification and authorization of transactions. At the same time, governments are rethinking digital identity ecosystem models. How are technology and market trends changing the costs, roles, responsibilities, business models, and opportunities in identity and authentication? And how can financial service firms build on compliance capabilities to create new services and revenue streams?
Jun 1111:05
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Implementing biometric national identity for 200m residents - bridging Indonesia Government from traditional to digital

Planet Biometrics 2020
In 2011, Indonesia government started a new initiative to increase better population administration system by introducing an e-KTP Program by enrolled biometric data for every e-ID holder. Up to now, in total population data already enrolled, identified and issued KTP-el (e-ID) is more than 190 million records.In 2014, population data started to be used for the public service and private sector in validating the authenticity of resident or customer’s identity when they process public services. Now as financial sector in fintech grows, the utilization of population data also can be used for online KYC thought biometric authentication both using finger or face 1:1 authentication.
Jun 1111:20
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Building a digital ID scheme for the private sector

Digital:ID 2020
TISA is developing a federated identity scheme for Financial Services, which could be used in other sectors. Harry will share the experiences of developing this scheme with a range of stakeholders and will cover the development of the customer experience, the Trust Framework, the standards and the infra-structure.
Jun 1111:20
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Implementation of the Known Traveller Digital Identity project pilot

Traveller Identity Summit
Jun 1111:20
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The use of biometrics within the Danish Immigration Authorities

Planet Biometrics 2020
This presentation will explain and discuss the recent developments regarding the use of biometrics for identification purposes, as part of an overall national strategy to ensure better control efforts in the immigration sector. As an independent expert centre under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Immigration and Integration, the Danish National ID Centre is tasked with ensuring a better degree of control measures regarding the identification of foreign citizens applying for residence in Denmark or of foreign citizens already residing in Denmark.As of May 2019, the centre established a biometric team to support the Danish Immigration authorities with the establishment of the biometric identities of foreign citizens through facial image comparison and fingerprint identification. The Centre is currently the only national authority capable of conducting a facial image comparison in Denmark, and has, in cooperation with the different Danish immigration authorities, served in an advisory capacity regarding the establishment of standards and guidelines for the capture of biometrics and the attached biographic data, as well as the establishment of common quality standards, which will enable the authorities to use biometrics in a responsible and ethically sound manner throughout the entire immigration process.
Jun 1111:20
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Current fraud trends at the US southwest border

SDW 2020
The United States is currently seeing an unprecedented humanitarian and national security-related challenge at its southwest border.Large numbers of family units, unaccompanied minors and single adults have flooded the U.S/Mexico border at rates that have never been seen before.Although many of those encountered may have legitimate asylum or immigration claims, there has also been an increase in document fraud.This presentation will provide insight into the current state of the U.S Southwest Border, give several examples of the type of fraud sent from this area to the HSI Forensic Laboratory and contemplate future areas of concern for this region and the documents encountered.
Jun 1111:35
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Jun 1111:35
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International cooperation and INTERPOL security document examination programme

SDW 2020
Jun 1111:50
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Jun 1111:50
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Jun 1111:55
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Deepfakes: The next biometric presentation attacks?

Planet Biometrics 2020
In Biometrics, presentation attacks are now widely accepted to be of two kinds: impersonation, where the attacker attempts to impersonate the victim, and obfuscation, where the goal of the attacker is to avoid being recognised. The vulnerability of state-of-the-art recognition to presentation attacks (PA) have been already demonstrated and presentation attack detection (PAD) is now a growing research topic. In this talk we will quickly review PA techniques published in the literature mostly for face recognition, present their vulnerabilities and discuss Deepfakes as the next PA.
Jun 1112:15
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Panel: Implementing Biometrics at the Border

Traveller Identity Summit
Panellists will evaluate the trial and implementation of biometric technology at land, sea and air border crossings to be less resource intensive and non-intrusive to travellers, while still providing a high degree of security.
Jun 1112:15
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Panel: The Future for Distributed Digital Identity

Digital:ID 2020
It is predicted that by 2025 20% of all digital ID will be built using blockchain technology. But to what extent can blockchain be used as a successful solution, and what other forms of distributed digital identity are available?
Jun 1112:15
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Panel: Transforming the Enrolment and Issuance Process

SDW 2020
Citizen expectations of being issued an identity document is forever rising, so how best can issuing authorities and other stakeholders meet customer services while maintaining security and reducing the risk of fraud?
Jun 1114:55
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Biometrics for Security and Law Enforcement - Session Chair's Introduction

Planet Biometrics 2020
A series of interesting case studies on how biometrics are being applied to make the world safer for its citizens.
Jun 1114:55
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Proofing and Authentication in the Digital World - Session Chair's Introduction

Digital:ID 2020
With all European Economic Area countries expected to be operationally ready for Strong Customer Authentication by March 2021, what solutions for proofing and authenticating digital identities are in play in an ever-evolving regulatory environment, and what lessons can be learnt from use cases around the world?
Jun 1114:55
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Secure Identity at the Border - Session Chair's Introduction

Traveller Identity Summit
In the context of ever-growing technological advances, this session focuses on the role of trusted secure identity at the border and effective border checkpoints.
Jun 1114:55
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Cutting Edge Advances in Security Features - Session Chair's Introduction

SDW 2020
Explore the latest ideas and innovations for security features embedded in the ID documents of today and the future to ensure they remain their integrity.
Jun 1115:00
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Jun 1115:00
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The (reliable) identity and digital visa processing (online application and digital visa)

Traveller Identity Summit
The European Union common visa policy is an essential element in ensuring the secure and proper functioning of the Schengen Area without internal border controls. The processing of visa applications is already digital to a great extent. However, some key parts of the process remain paper-based, i.e. the submission of the visa application with the required supporting documents, and the issuing of the visa sticker, which is affixed to the travel document. This recent study on options to digitalise visa processing presents the solutions for improving these two steps by further digitalisation taking into account the impacts on the different stakeholders involved. The study compares the different options based on a thorough assessment in terms of legal, technical and security, including identity, analysis. E.g. due to the risks of identity fraud, the remote enrolment of biometric identifiers was not deemed feasible by the study results. This presentation will briefly present main findings of the study and how and why identity fraud still preventing from moving forward with a fully digital visa processing approach.
Jun 1115:00
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Security fibers: substrate feature or image feature?

SDW 2020
Security fibers and planchettes are among the oldest anti-counterfeiting technologies and remain popular today for securing paper substrates.In genuine documents security fibers are almost exclusively regarded as a substrate feature, though a few outlier genuine documents do feature printed fiber or planchette patterns as a proxy for actual physical security fibers.However, counterfeiters need not, and often do not, obey the conventions of genuine document manufacture.Because visible and UV-responsive colors are often the most important descriptors of both physical and printed security fibers, counterfeiters can and do choose to interpret physical security fibers as part of the document artwork, instead of as part of its substrate.When security fibers are viewed as artwork, concepts normally associated with printed images (registration and contrast, for example) can be applied in the context of security fiber design, with consequences for security fiber resistance to both traditional and digital counterfeiting workflows.
Jun 1115:30
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The next generation US DoD ABIS: Improving identity management and information and watch list sharing with partner nations

Planet Biometrics 2020
The US Department of Defense has prioritized identity information sharing with partner nations. However, before sharing can take place, the identity management capabilities must be in place, and standards and policies for interoperability met. Leading the way for improved information and watch list sharing is the next generation identity management architecture approved by DoD's PM Biometrics office. To help assure improved information sharing, a key element is that the underlying architecture of an identity management system must be constructed in a manner conducive to the highest assurance possible that disparate identity data is creating an accurate "identity," especially when that identity is used proactively to establish a security risk or access to government services.
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