Worldwide Managing Director, CSO
UK biometrics analyst Alan Goode takes this head on. In this on-demand webcast he discusses what you need to know to navigate the 2021 regulatory landscape.
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.
Sharing key findings from his new report, “2021 Global Data Privacy Regulation of Physical & Behavioral Biometrics”, Alan is joined by Dr. Marc Störing, Attorney of global law firm, Osborne Clarke, and Ingo Deutschmann, Senior Vice President, Engineering at pioneer behavioral biometrics firm, BehavioSec.
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.
Attorney & Former US State Assistant Attorney General
A former Assistant Attorney General and regulator for the U.S. Washington State Attorney General’s office, Jake is an expert in laws regulating the collection, storage, and use of private consumer data.
Using his client representation experience in inquiries, investigations, and actions brought by regulatory agencies and his technical (ISC)² CISSP certification, his practice specializes in compliance programs for the European Union’s GDPR, state laws like the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, and state and federal data breach statutes and regulations.
Cybercrime & Fraud Expert
Financial Crimes Investigator & Venture Consultant
A former Managing Director at PwC, Shane is a recognized veteran of information technology and security now serving as an author, trainer, consultant, and expert witness in cybercrime investigations.
Since 1986, he’s contributed to several technical standards organizations and provided expert testimony in high profile criminal, class action, US IRS, SEC, EPA, and ITC securities and financial fraud cases, as well as state and federal administrative matters.
Behavioral Biometrics Expert
With over 25 years in technology company leadership roles, today Neil works closely with global companies and the world’s top banks deploying and using behavioral biometrics to prevent fraud.
Before BehavioSec, he served as Founder and CTO at Celo Communications (Celo) and VP of R&D at Gemplus (Gemalto, now Thales). A cryptographer by training, Neil holds a Ph.D in Computer Science for his thesis on Elliptic Curve Cryptography on Modern Processor Architectures.