The Convergence of Public and Private Biometric Solutions

CIBRA 2013 Bill Dumont – Executive Vice President M2SYS Technology

Traditional Public Sector Solutions

Law Enforcement

Military

Border Control

Elections

Population Registries
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Private Sector Solutions

Healthcare

Finance

Access Control

Time and Attendance

Fraud Reduction

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Sector Growth
2009
Private Sector Public Sector

2017
Private Sector Public Sector

41% 45% 59% 55%

Source: Acquity Marketing Intelligence

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Historic Demand Drivers In The Public Sector
• 9-11 US, 7-5 UK, 11-26 India Terrorist Events – Creation of DHS/Home Office/etc. – US Visit Program • Iraqi and Afghan Wars – Identification of enemy combatants – mobile – Background checks of military • UID Program in India • HSPD-12

9-11-2001

Enemy combatant ID

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Major Drivers In The Public Sector In the Past
• Large Population Registries like RENAPO- 110M (Mexico), India – 300M(so far), Indonesia 100M, etc. • Election Projects – Venezuela, Bolivia, Nigeria, Pakistan, etc. • “e” passports and visas around the world

RENAPO

Biometric Voter Registration

ePassports

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What is Driving Private Sector Growth?
• Stigma attached to biometrics is reducing – Convenience vs. civil liberties • Senator Al Franken – US asking questions • Clear Me Is A Good Example

Clear Me

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What is Driving Private Sector Growth?

Security Fraud Convenience

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Security
• Physical Security – Buildings – Sensitive areas – Data rooms and racks • Logical security – Single sign-on – Mobile sign-on – Computer sign-on

Buildings

Data rooms and racks

Single sign-on

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Fraud
• Banking transactions
• Contact centers

– Account take-overs
• Employment

Bank Fraud

• On line purchases (card not present)
• Healthcare
Healthcare Fraud

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Convenience
• Go to the head of the line (Clear Me) • Pay by touch

• Logging in
• Contact centers (avoid all the questions)

Pay By Touch

• Registering quickly
– Healthcare
Iris biometrics for patient registration

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What’s Facilitating Private Sector Growth?
• More familiarity and acceptance of biometrics • Additional modalities – Voice biometrics – Iris at a distance – Improved facial recognition – Finger vein and palm vein • Passive recognition/matching
Facial recognition

Finger vein

Palm vein

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Crossover Between Private and Public
• Government usage beyond law enforcement make biometrics more acceptable • As the government becomes more secure by the use of biometrics, the private sector emulates • Use of more secure documents carries over – Driver’s licenses to credit cards – smart chips

Biometric drivers licenses

Biometric credit cards

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Crossover Between Private and Public
• Government data breaches with WikiLeaks and Snowden brings heightened awareness to private sector • First mobile in military and law enforcement, not catching on in personal mobile market – Especially as the mobile is used for more applications every day • Voice biometrics started in law enforcement

Law enforcement mobile biometrics

Consumer mobile biometrics

Voice biometrics

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Crossover Between Private and Public
• Healthcare – Government funded and reimbursements even when there are private hospitals involved • Perfected and refined by governments and now commercial usage – Passive technologies like facial recognition and iris at a distance • People are vetted for jobs by government biometric databases

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What’s Next?

Government sharing biometric and demographic information for private enterprises.

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