Speakers

Welcome to our Speakers Page

 

We are delighted that the speakers listed below will be presenting at connect:ID 2017. Our speakers are carefully selected from a variety of backgrounds, from top-level strategists and policy makers, to those working hands-on with the latest technologies.

Please check back regularly as more names will be released soon.

Visit the program page for more information on the connect:ID conference program.

 

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KEYNOTE: Raymond P. Martinez

Chairman and Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

The Developing Role of Motor Vehicle Departments in Identity Verification and Management


KEYNOTE: Kevin K. McAleenan

Acting Commissioner, US Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security, USA

Keynote presentation


KEYNOTE: Congressman Michael T. McCaul

Chairman, House Committee on Homeland Security, USA

Congressional Chairman Keynote Address


KEYNOTE: Jules Polonetsky

CEO, Future of Privacy Forum

Privacy for 2017 and Beyond…


KEYNOTE: John Wagner

Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Field Operations, US Customs and Border Protection

Keynote Address


Raymond D. Aller

Clinical Professor of Pathology, Emeritus, University of Southern California, USA

Most healthcare organizations don’t positively identify their patients!  How do we remedy this?


Kathy Alsbrooks

Senior Director, US Federal Government ID Solutions, HID Global, USA

The End of the Myopic Card Design Era:  The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services’ Next-Gen Secure Identification Document Project


Paul L. Anstine

Staff Director, Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, USA

Congressional staff panel — New policy perspectives on borders, immigration, and extreme vetting


Alvaro M. Bedoya

Executive Director, Center on Privacy & Technology, Georgetown University Law Center, USA

Title to be confirmed


David Benini

VP, Marketing, Aware Inc., USA

Mobile authentication: Protecting the biometrics that are protecting us


David Buchler

Director, Identity Management – Multifactor Authentication Products, LexisNexis, USA

Establishing claims of identity – Credentials, biometrics, biographics


Dave Burhop

Deputy Commissioner/CIO, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, USA

The mDL Revolution!


Greg Cannon

Chief Technology Officer, Software, Crossmatch, USA

PANEL: Accuracy and reliability of biometrics in mobile devices


Andrew Churchill

Standards Director for MIDAS, Digital Innovation Director, TISA, UK

Emergence of biometrics and mobile technologies in multi-factor authentication


Richard Conrad

Program Manager, Transportation Security Administration, Office of Intelligence & Analysis, Aviation Program Management Division, USA

Rap Back Recurrent Vetting – What it is and How it works


Brenda Coone

Deputy Commissioner of Revenue, Alabama Department of Revenue, USA

Defeating state income tax fraud utilizing digital identity


Matthew J. Cornelius

Vice President, Air Policy, Airports Council International – North America, USA

Passenger facilitation at the airport: Challenges and opportunities abound


David Costa Faidella

Director, Strategic Product Management, Thomson Reuters, UK

Time to fast forward evolution – A Darwinian view on human identities and trust


Vyjayanti Desai

Program Manager, Identification for Development (ID4D), World Bank Group, USA

Principles on identification for sustainable development: Toward the digital age


Rajiv Dholakia

Vice President, Products & Business Development, Nok Nok Labs, USA

Weaving identity into the Internet of Things


Mark DiFraia

Senior Director, Digital Identity, MorphoTrust USA

Defeating State Income Tax Fraud utilizing Digital Identity


Troy Eberhardt

Section Chief, Research & Development Section, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory, USA

The End of the Myopic Card Design Era:  The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services’ Next-Gen Secure Identification Document Project


Vito Fabbrizio

Vice President of Solution Engineering and Product Management, Crossmatch, USA

The Next Wave of Biometric Capture - NOMAD™


Florian Forster

Immigration and Border Management (IBM), Department of Migration Management (DMM), International Organization for Migration (IOM), Switzerland

Special Topic: Disruptive global trends and the role of effective identity technology


Michael Garcia

Director, Trusted Identities Group, Director, National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, Applied Cybersecurity Division, Information Technology Lab, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

Defeating State Income Tax Fraud utilizing Digital Identity


Alan Gelb

Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development, USA

Principles on identification for sustainable development: Toward the digital age


Jared X. Goodwin

Division Chief, Document Management Division, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

The End of the Myopic Card Design Era:  The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services’ Next-Gen Secure Identification Document Project


Paul Grassi

Senior Standards and Technology Advisor, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Going mobile with FIDO authentication


David Grauel

HART Program Manager, Office of Biometric Identity Management (OBIM), DHS, USA

Special Topic: In-depth look at DHS international biometric identity services


Kimberly Gray

Kimberly S. Gray, Chief Privacy Officer, Global, Office of the General Counsel, QuintilesIMS, USA

Ethical uses of (automated) identity data as a social good


Patrick Grother

Biometric Standards and Testing Lead, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST), USA

Debate: Facial recognition and law enforcement: technology and policy


Walter Hamilton

Sr. Consultant, Identification Technology Partners, USA

Rap Back Recurrent Vetting – What it is and How it works


Laura Hart

Vice President Business Operations, Qualcomm Cyber Security Solutions (QCSS), USA

Opening remarks – State of the identity nation


Denise Hoover

Materials Scientist, Novetta, USA

PANEL: Accuracy and reliability of biometrics in mobile devices


Benji Hutchinson

Senior Director, Washington D.C. Operations, NEC Corporation of America, USA

PANEL: Disruptive global trends and the role of effective identity technology


Steve Karoly

Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Requirements and Capabilities Analysis (ORCA), Transportation Security Administration, USA


Alexander Khanin

CEO, VisionLabs, Russia

Face-based interbank ID management - Innovative technologies for credit fraud prevention


Michael King

Associate Professor of Computer Science & Cyber Security, Harris Institute for Assured Information, Florida Institute of Technology

PANEL Discussion – Building public trust around biometric technology


Tovah LaDier

Managing Director, IBIA, USA

Conference welcome


Hubert Laferrière

Director Operations Planning and Performance, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), Canada

Target: Virtual Border – increasing both security & facilitation; Lessons learned from Canada’s FASTER-PrivBio Project


Oleg Lagutkin

CEO, Equifax, Russia

Face-based interbank ID management - Innovative technologies for credit fraud prevention


Brenda Leong

Senior Counsel and Director of Operations, Future of Privacy Forum

PANEL: Building Public Trust Around Biometric Technology
 


Mark Lockie

connect:ID Conference Co-Chair and Managing Director, Science Media Partners, UK

James A. Loudermilk

Senior Level Technologist, Federal Bureau of Investigation Science and Technology Branch, USA

PANEL Discussion – Building public trust around biometric technology


Shonnie R. Lyon

Director, Office of Biometric Identity Management, National Protection and Programs Directorate, Department of Homeland Security, USA

William A. Maheu

Senior Director, Qualcomm Cyber Security Solutions (QCSS), USA

Debate: Facial recognition and law enforcement: technology and policy


Colleen M. Manaher

Accomplishing airport transformation through Biometric Entry/Exit


Ramona McGee

Senate Judiciary Committee

Congressional staff panel — New policy perspectives on borders, immigration, and extreme vetting


John Mears

IBIA Director and Senior Fellow, Information Technology and Security Solutions, Leidos, USA

Special Topic: Accomplishing airport transformation through biometric Entry/Exit


Mohammed Murad

VP of Global Sales and Business Development, Iris ID, USA

Ethical uses of (automated) identity data as a social good


Patrick J. Nemeth

Director, Identity Operations Division, Office of Biometric Identity Management, National Protection and Programs Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, USA

PANEL: In-depth look at DHS International Biometric Identity Services


James Onusko

Deputy Assistance Director, Federal Investigative Records Enterprise, National Background Investigations Bureau, Office of Personnel Management, USA

Federal Background Investigations – The Way Forward


Neville Pattinson

Senior Vice President of Government Sales, North America, Gemalto, USA

The ever-changing landscape of U.S. immigration reform


John A. Peters

New Business Development Manager, OVD Kinegram, Switzerland

Is digital verification sufficient at our borders?


Christian Revilla

General Manager, Passenger Facilitation & Customer Initiatives, Delta Air Lines, USA

Special Topic: Accomplishing airport transformation through biometric Entry/Exit


Robert Rowe

VP Strategic Development, Imaging and Biometrics, HID Global – Lumidigm, USA

How Biometrics has Changed – an Algorithm Designer’s Perspective


Burak Sahin

Specialist Master, Deloitte Advisory, Deloitte & Touche LLP, USA

PANEL: Accuracy and reliability of biometrics in mobile devices


Stephanie Schuckers

Director, Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR). Clarkson University, USA

Accuracy and reliability of biometrics in mobile devices


Anne Shere Wallwork

Senior Counselor for Strategic Policy, Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes, U.S. Department of the Treasury

Digital Legal Identity as a Lynchpin for Financial Inclusion, Social Services, and Protecting the Financial System from Abuse


Geoff Slagle

Director, Identity Management – American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), USA

Stopping the ID-crime flood…Continue to plug or start anew?


Brett Sovereign

Systems Security Researcher, IoT Team, Information Assurance Research, National Security Agency (NSA), USA

Wearable authentication for the secure enterprise: The Smart Office Project


Nicole Spaun

Principal Facial Biometric Expert for Criminal Justice and Public Security, MorphoTrak, USA

Advancements in face recognition and video analytics


Seth Stodder

Former Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, USA

Special Topic: Disruptive global trends and the role of effective identity technology


JoAnn Stonier

EVP/Chief Information Governance & Privacy Officer, Mastercard, USA

Ethical uses of (automated) identity data as a social good


Scott Swann

Vice President Federal Operations and Innovation, MorphoTrak, LLC

Advancements in face recognition and video analytics


Nick Titcombe

Document Analyst & A/Senior Advisor, National Document Centre, Operations Branch Canada Border Services Agency, Government of Canada

What do we do when physical security features aren’t enough?


John Verdi

Vice President of Policy, Future of Privacy Forum

Ethical uses of (automated) identity data as a social good


Gordon Wilson

President, WorldReach Software, Canada

Target: Virtual Border – Increasing both security and facilitation; Lessons learned from Canada’s FASTER-PrivBio Project


Brian Wood

Device Security Certification Manager, Samsung Research America, USA

PANEL: Accuracy and reliability of biometrics in mobile devices


Teresa Wu

Sr. Director, Strategic Marketing & Government Relations, MorphoTrak, USA

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