"With mature biometric and other technologies, we can most certainly stem the tide of identity fraud and reverse the overwhelming statistics we continue to see," said Tovah LaDier, IBIA's Managing Director. "With the clear global need for identification and authentication of individuals, IBIA's new mission will help consumers, businesses, and governments find solutions that address business needs and enhance security, privacy, productivity and convenience."
Membership is open to all stakeholders, consumers and providers of technologies and solutions for identification and identity verification — including biometric technology providers, identity infrastructure and solution providers, systems integrators, commercial and consumer end users, technology associations, standards associations, policy, academic and research institutions.
Learn more about the new IBIA (formerly the International Biometric Industry Association) at www.ibia.org .
About the IBIA
The IBIA promotes using technology effectively and appropriately to determine personal identity and enhance the security, privacy, productivity, and convenience for individuals, organizations, and governments worldwide. With biometric technology as its core focus, the IBIA brings key stakeholders together in a forum for discussion, education, advocacy, and public policy.
|SOURCE International Biometrics & Identification Association|
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