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The Convergence of Public and Private Biometric Solutions

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The evolution of biometric technology for individual identification has moved from governmental deployments to the private sector. What are the elements driving private sector growth of biometrics, …

The evolution of biometric technology for individual identification has moved from governmental deployments to the private sector. What are the elements driving private sector growth of biometrics, what is the crossover between these two sectors, and what comes next?

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  • 1. The Convergence of Public and Private Biometric Solutions CIBRA 2013 Bill Dumont – Executive Vice President M2SYS Technology
  • 2. Traditional Public Sector Solutions Law Enforcement Military Elections www.m2sys.com Border Control Population Registries 2
  • 3. Private Sector Solutions Healthcare Finance Time and Attendance www.m2sys.com Access Control Fraud Reduction 3
  • 4. Sector Growth 2009 Private Sector 2017 Public Sector Private Sector Public Sector 41% 45% 59% 55% Source: Acquity Marketing Intelligence www.m2sys.com 4
  • 5. Historic Demand Drivers In The Public Sector • 9-11 US, 7-5 UK, 11-26 India Terrorist Events – Creation of DHS/Home Office/etc. – US Visit Program • Iraqi and Afghan Wars – Identification of enemy combatants – mobile – Background checks of military • UID Program in India • HSPD-12 9-11-2001 Enemy combatant ID www.m2sys.com 5
  • 6. Major Drivers In The Public Sector In the Past • Large Population Registries like RENAPO- 110M (Mexico), India – 300M(so far), Indonesia 100M, etc. • Election Projects – Venezuela, Bolivia, Nigeria, Pakistan, etc. • “e” passports and visas around the world RENAPO Biometric Voter Registration www.m2sys.com ePassports 6
  • 7. What is Driving Private Sector Growth? • Stigma attached to biometrics is reducing – Convenience vs. civil liberties • Senator Al Franken – US asking questions • Clear Me Is A Good Example Clear Me www.m2sys.com 7
  • 8. What is Driving Private Sector Growth? Security Fraud Convenience www.m2sys.com 8
  • 9. Security • Physical Security – Buildings – Sensitive areas – Data rooms and racks • Logical security – Single sign-on – Mobile sign-on – Computer sign-on Data rooms and racks Buildings Single sign-on www.m2sys.com 9
  • 10. Fraud • Banking transactions • Contact centers – Account take-overs Bank Fraud • Employment • On line purchases (card not present) • Healthcare Healthcare Fraud www.m2sys.com 10
  • 11. Convenience • Go to the head of the line (Clear Me) • Pay by touch • Logging in Pay By Touch • Contact centers (avoid all the questions) • Registering quickly – Healthcare Iris biometrics for patient registration www.m2sys.com 11
  • 12. What’s Facilitating Private Sector Growth? • More familiarity and acceptance of biometrics • Additional modalities – Voice biometrics – Iris at a distance – Improved facial recognition – Finger vein and palm vein • Passive recognition/matching Facial recognition www.m2sys.com Finger vein Palm vein 12
  • 13. Crossover Between Private and Public • Government usage beyond law enforcement make biometrics more acceptable • As the government becomes more secure by the use of biometrics, the private sector emulates • Use of more secure documents carries over – Driver’s licenses to credit cards – smart chips Biometric drivers licenses Biometric credit cards www.m2sys.com 13
  • 14. Crossover Between Private and Public • Government data breaches with WikiLeaks and Snowden brings heightened awareness to private sector • First mobile in military and law enforcement, not catching on in personal mobile market – Especially as the mobile is used for more applications every day • Voice biometrics started in law enforcement Law enforcement mobile biometrics Consumer mobile biometrics www.m2sys.com Voice biometrics 14
  • 15. Crossover Between Private and Public • Healthcare – Government funded and reimbursements even when there are private hospitals involved • Perfected and refined by governments and now commercial usage – Passive technologies like facial recognition and iris at a distance • People are vetted for jobs by government biometric databases www.m2sys.com 15
  • 16. What’s Next? Government sharing biometric and demographic information for private enterprises.

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