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Biometrics in Banking and Payments London

Date: 2017-11-17 (09:30-15:30) Location: IBM Client Centre, 76/78 Upper Ground South Bank, London SE1 9PZ, UK

Organizer: European Association for Biometrics (EAB)

The seminar will reflect the trends and opportunities of biometrics in the financial market. It will be discussed how processes can be designed both convenient and privacy compliant. The speakers will provide you with their experience on how to best benefit of biometric technologies and solutions. A mini-workshop at the at the end of the seminar ensures an interactive session with the speakers and the participants by discussing hands-on experiences and best practices. You can have face time with the sponsors at their table top stands during the intervals. Financial institutions get free entrance (lunch included).

The seminar presents a line-up of excellent international speakers, ranging from end users (who share their experiences with biometrics in their day to day applications) to experts who will bring you up to date with the state of the art in biometric technology advances. Speakers will focus on the underlying business cases and developments in mobile banking and financial transactions. They will share their experiences from a business perspective, touching important aspects such as process flows, added value, fraud reduction, implementation strategy and client experience.

The venue and the lunch are offered to you by IBM.

Biometrics in Banking and payments will provide guidance on how biometrics can be used to optimize key aspects of the banking and payment processes, such as customer interaction, operational efficiency, fraud reduction and prevention. During the seminars we will reflect the many new opportunities arising from the gradual shift away from desktop/notebook computing towards smartphones, tablets and other portable devices, while sharing best practice of apps and web-based applications. You will learn about biometric solutions for in-branch and mobile environment and for internal and customer-facing usage. There will be presentations about how biometrics support mega trends such as personalization and location independent services. It will also be discussed how biometrics can be embedded into front end and back end processes.

Changes to the program my occur

We thank the Media Partner of the event:

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This seminar is kindly sponsored by:

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Entrance fees: normal: 280,00 €/240,00 £ / EAB members: 80,00 €/70,00 £ / Financial Institutions: 0,00 €



registration + coffee/tea

09:30 Max Snijder

Welcome and opening

Secretary of the EAB
09:45 Michael Sass

Biometric authentication for financial transactions: the end users’ perspective

Vice President Market Product Management, Security Solutions, Europe at Mastercard
10:15 Richard Tomsett

Deep learning for Biometric Applications

Software Enabler Emerging Technology at IBM
10:35 Maarten Wegdam

Digital onboarding: selfie-check with passport – case study

Managing Partner at Innovalor
10:55 Roney Castro

Evaluating Presentation Attacks Detection Mechanisms: Approach and Case Study

Principal Payment Consultant, Transaction Security Division at UL


11:45 Halleh Khoshnevis

Deep Neural Networks: Facing the future

Research Engineer at BioTrust
12:05 Iain Swaine

Protecting online identities from human and non-human cybersecurity threats

Head of Cyber Strategy EMEA at BioCatch
12:25 Eric Gilmore

PSD2 and authentication

Technology Consultant at DAON

Lunch - offered to you by IBM

13:45 Johannes de Jong (tbc)

PSD2: implementation and relationship with GDPR

Head of Regulatory and lawyer at Osborne Clarke
14:05 Max Snijder, moderator

Mini Workshop

Topics to be discussed are:

- PSD2: the need for user friendly and secure biometric authentication

- Current solutions, take up, customer satisfaction and benefits

- How to select the right biometric authentication solution

- Biometric cards and how they can help banks

Secretary of the EAB

End of the seminar

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