Use of Facial Recognition to Combat Terrorism


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Learn about the government’s use of facial recognition technology to facilitate a large-scale transformation of international travel to and from the United States at this multimedia panel presentation of government and private sector privacy and civil liberties experts.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn how the biometric entry-exit facial recognition system works.
2: Hear how privacy protections for travelers have been incorporated into the process.
3: Listen to privacy advocates who have seen the process demonstrated at a port of entry.

Participants
Jonathan Cantor

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Chief Privacy Officer, Acting, Department of Homeland Security

Debra Danisek

Participant

Privacy Officer, U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Michael Hardin

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Director of Planning, Program Analysis, and Evaluation, Office of Field Operations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Dr. Christopher Pierson

Participant

Founder and CEO, BlackCloak

C.M. Toke Vandervoort

Participant

VP, Deputy General Counsel, Under Armour, Under Armour SVP,GDC & DHS DPIAC

Privacy

security intelligence privacy cyber espionage deception-based security biometrics


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