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.
The expansion of biometrics is all about trade offs between three categories: what you know, what you have and what you are.
The Defense Department is experimenting with biometrics to control physical access, while improving the technology’s accuracy and increasing mobility.
The Defense Department has several tests planned for 2018 for different biometric modalities.
TSA is testing biometric devices like fingerprint scanners and facial recognition, as well as 3D imaging and automation to improve security, reduce wait at airport checkpoints.
The Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) policy is making the move to the cloud more complex than some say it needs to be. It was one of three hot topics at the ACT-IAC Management of Change conference last week.