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Biometrics for National Security and Law Enforcement

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Event Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 - 8:00am - Friday, February 1, 2013 - 6:00pm
Event Location: Alexandria, VA us
Address: Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
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IDGA’s 6th Annual Biometrics for National Security and Law Enforcement Summit will bring together high profile speakers from BIMA, OUSD, DHS, FBI, NATO, and GAO. By the end of this event, delegates will understand the future of biometrics, new guidelines and standards of biometrics, and the progress towards interoperability. Why Attend Biometrics for National Security? - 30+ high profile speakers from BIMA, US VISIT, OUSD, DHS, FBI, NATO, GAO and more - Over 28 in-depth sessions covering the latest updates in Biometric security technology - 8 tracked sessions on fingerprint analysis, facial/iris recognition, national security and local law enforcement - Interagency Data Sharing Focus Day kicks off the 3 day event - Chaired by Senior Vice President of International Biometric Group, a Novetta Solutions Company - The only Biometrics event to exclusively cater to the needs of local law enforcement - Unparalled networking opportunities - past IDGA Biometrics events have attracted over 400 government officials, industry stakeholders, and leading experts The only way to get full speaker and summit session information, including workshop details, is to view the brochure. Secure your copy today by emailing james.linney@idga.org or downloading your copy at http://bit.ly/QOlf2C.

More Info: http://www.biometricsevent.com
Contact: James Linney | <p>212.885.2740</p> | james.linney@idga.org
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