The Biometrics Institute, an Australian non-for-profit industry organization, has announced plans to increase its promotion of biometrics by expanding both its physical presence and its networking reach.
The Institute has opened an office in London, where the Institute’s General Manager Isabelle Moeller, has relocated. This office will help the Institute bring together its European membership and facilitate networking within the biometrics industry in Europe.
To facilitate this expansion, the Institute will host an invitation-only full-day meeting in London in October that will gather vulnerability assessment experts from around the world.
The Institute has also finished a government-funded privacy code for the Australian biometrics industry and a vulnerability assessment framework. It plans to expand these services to Singapore and the U.K., as it seeks further networking opportunities in these areas of the world.