2021 Global Regulation of Physical & Behavioral Biometrics for Digital Identity Verification

Wednesday, 26 May 2021 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM [BST]

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Wednesday, 26 May 2021 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM [BST]

Biometrics technology is mainstreaming onto our mobile devices and into our online experiences for work, school, health, commerce, and financial services - accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

But it has also reached our nightly news streams! At this critical social and ethical juncture, business leaders, consumers, vendors, and lawmakers must balance public safety mandates against fear of inappropriate surveillance, PII data breach and liability, deep fake videos, cyberbullying, consumer privacy violations, and even racial profiling.

 

Renowned UK analyst Alan Goode takes this head on. Our exclusive webinar will share and discuss what you need to know to navigate the 2021 landscape – and answer your live questions.

 

Sharing key findings from his new report, “2021 Global Data Privacy Regulation of Physical & Behavioral Biometrics”, Alan and our panel of experts will cover:

 

  • Current and proposed regulations and penalties across the EU, US, APAC, and LATAM with real-world enforcement examples
  • Biometrics modalities and how their differences impact security, compliance, and data privacy
  • Discussion between Alan and panel experts Dr. Marc Störing, Attorney of Osborne Clarke and Behavorial Biometrics expert Ingo Deutschmann, Senior Vice President, Engineering at BehavioSec
  • Live Q&A with Alan on his research

Goode Intelligence

Goode Intelligence is a leading identity and biometrics research, consulting and events organisation founded in 2007 and based in London. We work internationally with technology vendors and service providers to inform, educate and influence. Our services are used by a range of clients, from established super-brands right through to hot, emerging start-ups and market disrupters.

Contact the Organizer

Ingo Deutschmann
Senior Vice President, Engineering
BehavioSec

Ingo is SVP of Engineering at BehavioSec. Ingo leads the engineering team, product strategy, spearheading and guiding the innovation of new technology, architecture, and features. A seasoned security professional, Ingo has a strong background in software development, consulting, and product services. He holds an extensive worldwide patent portfolio, ranging from smartcards to behavioral biometric software. Prior to joining BehavioSec, Ingo was a General Manager at Gemplus, leading security software development and R&D operations. In addition, he was Vice President of Development at PKI Specialists, Celo Communications (Celo) and was a co-developer of the hardware antivirus solution ExVira. Ingo holds a MS in Mathematics from Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany.

https://www.behaviosec.com/

About Ingo Deutschmann

Senior Vice President, Engineering
BehavioSec
Alan Goode
CEO, Chief Analyst and Founder
Goode Intelligence

Alan Goode is a global expert in biometrics, authentication/identity, fraud management, and cybersecurity solutions. With an extensive career spanning research and consulting at Goode Intelligence, and leadership at brand names like T-Mobile, Citibank, Deutsche Bank, and Motorola, he is a frequent conference lead, speaker, and judge at events such as MoneyConf, Lendit Europe, the Biometric Summit, the Identity Summit, and ConnectID.

https://www.goodeintelligence.com/

About Alan Goode

CEO, Chief Analyst and Founder
Goode Intelligence
Marc Störing
Attorney
Osborne Clarke

Marc advises companies on all matters of IT law, focusing on German and European data protection law. He has many years of experience dealing with data protection authorities. Clients in international technologies groups and insurance companies have benefited from his strong technical understanding. Prior to joining Osborne Clarke in 2008, Marc worked for Google as a software developer and another international law firm. Marc is a frequent writer and speaker on data privacy for new technology.

About Marc Störing

Attorney
Osborne Clarke