Shifting Norms for Facial Recognition
As interest in contact tracing grows during COVID-19, facial recognition presents both opportunities and challenges. Christian Schnedler and James Loudermilk of IDEMIA National Security Solutions discuss “Shifting Norms for Facial Recognition” with Daniel Castro of Information Technology and Innovation Foundation on ID NOW podcast.
Security Industry Association Announces Winners of the 2020 SIA New Product Showcase Awards
VisionPass wins for Biometrics!
Identification and Surveillance in a Post-COVID19 World
Mike Joy weighs in with industry and privacy experts about contact tracing, health surveillance, privacy, and trust in this Post-COVID19 World.
Lauren Reed announced as 2020 Women in Biometrics Award Winner!
INSA Announces NSS in 2020 Innovator's Showcase
NSS chosen as one of the 19 academic and private sector organizations selected.
Your Identification: Physical, Mobile, Digital
Your identity comprises the unique, special, and complex components that make up who you are and who you present to the world. It is for this reason that accurately capturing, securing, and ensuring ease of use of the identification documents which authenticate your persona to others are critical components of comprehensive individual identity management.
Expert Commentary from Mike Ronayne, National Security Solutions
The real challenges of facial recognition technology
Facial Recognition: A strategic imperative for national security
NSS Receives Innovation Award From RECOGNIZE DC
30 Best CEOs Of the Year 2020
Our very own Scott Swann Recognized!
Automation, Innovation, and Privacy: Video Investigation and Its Role in Public Safety
Law enforcement will need to embrace the digital age in coordination with legislators and the public through comprehensive and well socialized policies, procedures, restrictions, and oversight.
Expert Commentary from Mike Joy, National Security Solutions
Face Recognition - A Critical Tool if Deployed Responsibly
Ensuring national security and public safety is imperative, but not at the expense of civil liberties and basic human dignity.
Expert Commentary from Scott Swann, President & CEO, National Security Solutions