U.S. Customs and Border Protection service says images of travelers and license plates have been exposed in a cyberattack
Federal agencies testing the accuracy of facial recognition and biometrics see high rates with few flaws.
Technology executive Jeremy Grant gives his thoughts on the current state of biometrics and facial recognition technology.
Benji Hutchinson, vice president of federal operations at NEC, recently joined Federal News Network to discuss best practices for facial recognition implementation, as well as working through any challenges. Learn more on Federal Monthly Insights — Biometrics/Facial Recognition
Scammers are trying to imitate government agencies again to get their money or personal information, but the federal government is already looking at ways to fight back.
Unisys defines identity intelligence like this: The compilation of digital knowledge and trust on an entity with biometric, biographic and relevant publicly available data about that entity.
In this exclusive executive briefing, experts will explore trends in facial recognition, where technology and applications are moving fast.
Federal News Network and NEC Corporation of America assembled a panel of federal facial recognition expert to discuss the newest trends.
A current collaboration on facial recognition technology between the Transportation Security Administration and Customs and Border Protection will eventually scale to all domestic air travel.
As a deadline for implementation draws near, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is working with agencies to ensure their legacy systems are keeping up with the latest standards in identity management and authentication solutions.