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  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Biometrics Institute – An introduction NESTA 25 March 2014 Isabelle Moeller Chief Executive Biometrics Institute manager@biometricsinstitute.org
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Who are we? The mission of the Biometrics Institute is to promote the responsible use of biometrics as an independent and impartial international forum for biometric users and other interested parties. Founded in 2001. Offices in London and Sydney. The Biometrics Institute is the independent and impartial international membership organisation. It is a unique forum that brings together the whole of the biometrics industry – users, suppliers and researchers – while giving users more power in setting the direction of this not-for-profit membership organisation through double the voting rights and a majority on the Board of Directors.
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Board of the Biometrics Institute Paul Cross, Director, Biometrics Institute. Assistant Secretary, Department of Immigration and Citizenship - Australia Juergen Pampus, Director, Biometrics Institute. Co-founder and VP Sales & Marketing, Cognitec Systems - Germany Arron Baker, Chairman & Director, Biometrics Institute. Senior Manager with Immigration New Zealand, Ministry of Business, Employment & Innovation Isabelle Moeller, Chief Executive Michelle Whitfeld, Relationship Manager Nicky Tivnen, Member Services Manager, Europe Jamie Burrage, Manager ANZ Kiki Taktikos, Member Services Manager, ANZ Angela Betts, Administration Officer Biometrics Institute Team (Management & Secretariat) Roger Baldwin, Deputy Chairman & Director, Biometrics Institute. Directorate of Forensic Services , Metropolitan Police - UK User User UserSupplier Brett Felden, Director, Biometrics Institute. CTO, Salmat – Australia Supplier Jim Loudermilk, Director, Biometrics Institute Senior Level Technologist, Science and Technology Branch, FBI - USA User Andrew Rice, Director, Biometrics Institute Assistant Secretary Cyber and Identity Security Branch, Attorney Generals Department - Australia Greg Henwood, Director, Biometrics Institute OASys-R Project Director, NOMIS Programme National Offender Management Service, Ministry of Justice - UK User David Philp, Director, Biometrics Institute General Manager for Identity & Data Services, Department of Internal Affairs - New Zealand User User
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Biometrics Institute Expert Groups Privacy Expert Group Biometrics Vulnerability Assessment (BVA) Expert Group Financial Services User Group Government User Group Academic, Research & Science Group Technology Innovation Expert Group CONTENT EXPERT GROUPS SECTOR USER/ INTEREST GROUPS Potential Groups: Healthcare, Aviation Hospitality/ Retail Guidance and correlation of information to members. Looking at business scenarios where biometrics can play a role Board of Directors
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Who are our over 140 members? • Attorney-General's Department (AG) - D Branch • Australia Post • Australian Customs and Border Protection Service • Bank of New Zealand • Defence Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO) • Defence Signals Directorate (DSD) • Ministry of Defence Singapore • Northrop Grumman Information Systems – USA • SITA – Belgium • Morpho – UK • Communications Electronic Securities Group – UK • secunet Security Networks AG – Germany • IDentytech Solutions – UK • UK Border Agency • Idiap Research Institute – Switzerland • Loughborough University - IMPRINTS Project – UK • Argus Global – UK • WCC Software EMEA – UK • Vicorp Group – UK • Capita – UK • British Standards Institution – UK • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – USA • Lumidigm – USA • Universidad Carlos III Madrid – Spain • The Royal Bank of Scotland Group – UK • TLScontact - UK • Imperial College London – UK • Ministry of Defence – Singapore • Vision-Box - Portugal • Defence Science & Technology Laboratory – UK • Nuance Communications – Israel & Canada • Mastercard - UK • Prime Minister's Office – Israel • Norwegian ID Centre • Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks (CECA) • UK Home Office - Ministry of Justice (MoJ) • Steria (UK) • Aware, Inc. • Cognitec Systems GmbH • Daon Ireland • Gemalto Pty Ltd Australia • Giesecke & Devrient Australasia P/L (G&DAus) • Hewlett-Packard Australia • Hitachi Australia Pty Ltd • Fujitsu Australia Limited • Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE, New Zealand) • NEC Australia • Department of Immigration and Border Protection
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org BVAEG The Biometrics Vulnerability Assessment Expert Group (BVAEG) The Institute established a Biometrics Vulnerability Assessment Expert Group (BVAEG) in 2010 with the aim to:  Raise awareness about the importance of vulnerability assessments and that mitigation is available  Support the development of a common standard and align to SC37  Have a basis for a methodology and put experiences into practice together Members include amongst others: Nigel Gordon, Communications Electronic Securities Group (CESG) - UK Tony Mansfield, National Physical Laboratory (NPL) - UK Ralph Breithaupt, Federal Office for Information Security, Germany Elaine Newton and Patrick Grother, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - USA Tsutomu Matsumoto, Yokohama National University, Japan
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Promotion of the responsible use of biometrics by providing you with • privacy guideline • privacy assessment checklist and • proposal for a trust mark: • Purpose: To give consumers confidence in the responsible use of an identity product or service. • Success criteria: global, meaningful outcomes, ‘adoptable’ and easily understood. • Compliance Requirements: • Biometrics Institute membership • Approval of ’a trust committee’ including an interview and formal submission. • Commitment to product or service transparency including contact point for privacy questions • Adherence to a set of privacy guidelines (TBD) • Self assessment against product/service criteria • Email comments to trustmark@biometricsinstitute.org Privacy and responsible use
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org What internet overlord Apple is doing with your personal data 11 November 2013 Biometrics Institute Media Release: Biometrics Institute reminds Schools and Parents about Right for Consent for fingerprinting in Schools 3 January 2014 Nuance Unlocks Personalized Content for Smart TVs with Voice Biometrics for Dragon TV 8 January 2014, MarketWatch Donmar Warehouse Theatre London presents: “Privacy” A new play by James Graham, 10 April 2014 - 31 May 2014 Is there really such a thing as privacy anymore? PRIVACY explores how governments and corporations collect and use our personal information, and what that means for our security, our identity and our future. Facial recognition app matches strangers to online profiles 7 January 2014, CNET Ocean Outdoor adds facial recognition to new screen at Canary Wharf 15 January 2014, BiometricUpdate Data Privacy Day (StaySafeOnline.org) 28 January 2014 News Headlines
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Upcoming events London – 21-23 October 2014 including BVAEG session – 23 October 2014 and Trustmark Consultation Workshop London – 24 October 2014 (tbc) First speakers announced: Samsung Electronics – speaker to be announced shortly Joseph Atick, Identity Counsel International, France Arron Baker, Immigration New Zealand and Chairman & Director, Biometrics Institute Itiel Dror, University College London, UK Patrick Grother, National Institute of Standards &Technology, USA Richard Rinkens, Directorate-General for Home Affairs, European Commission Frank Smith, Home Office IT, UK www.biometrics2014.com
  • © Biometrics Institute 2014www.biometricsinstitute.org Biometrics Institute Email: manager@biometricsinstitute.org Web: www.biometricsinstitute.org