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  1. SSARM is one of the leading IT systems integrators in Bulgaria and was awarded a major contract to equip Bulgaria’s aviation hubs with EES-compliant border control solutions following a tender by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior last year. In the meantime, SSARM has fully installed a secure turnkey solution at Sofia, Varna and Burgas airports […]

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  2. 2021 Women in Biometrics awardee Amy F. Turluck serves as Director of the Department of Defense Biometrics Operations Directorate, Defense Forensics Science Center. After nearly three decades in the Army serving as a member of the Military Police around the globe, Amy Turluck was ready to retire. But she wasn’t ready to stop working. So […]

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  3. 2021 Women in Biometrics awardee Marta Garcia Gomar is the Chief Technology Officer at IDENTY Touchless ID. For nearly a quarter of a century, Marta Gomar has dedicated herself to biometrics. She was active in the development of standards for the adoption of biometrics in the security industry (ISO SC37 and FIDO). She is now […]

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  4. In the late 1800s a German physicist named Heinrich Hertz created radio waves in the laboratory. A century later, we are still expanding upon Hertz’s discovery. Radio waves make possible all wireless communications–from mobile telephone conversations to wireless data transfer. They beam our television signals, bring music to our radios, and make it safe to […]

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  5. Biometric ID for first responders could help police and firefighters better respond to emergencies. Those authentication technologies, however, come with risks and challenges, according to a new draft report from NIST. In “Using Mobile Device Biometrics for Authenticating First Responders,” NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence says that as more public safety organizations (PSOs) adopt […]

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