There are 4 conveners of this year's workshop on biometrics at the border. Professor Katina Michael is joined by Dr Rob Nicholls, Dr Monique Mann, and Mr Peter Leonard. Katina completed her PhD on the automatic identification trajectory in 2003, Rob is an expert in emerging technology regulation, Monique is writing a book on biometrics, and Peter has for many years consulted in data, technology and the law.
The Social Implications of National Security Workshop is now in its 10th year. This year's workshop is on the theme of Biometrics and Regulation. SINS was originally funded by the ARC Research Network for a Secure Australia. Representative voices from government, industry, and academe. This year's keynote John Kendall from Unisys, Rustom Kanga from iOmniscient, Philip Green QLD Privacy Commissioner, and Elizabeth Tydd NSW Information Commissioner and Open Data Advocate. Come along to this free workshop to be hosted at UOW's Sydney Business School on the 9th August 2017.