About this event
The COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, fundamentally altering social paradigms and prompting governments, businesses, and the public to seek new ways of interacting. In the “new normal” to follow, we expect the current emphasis on public health and safety to continue unabated, making the ability to travel, shop, and work without the use of tangible identification higher priorities. Technologies that support both frictionless access and social distancing measures are now more important than ever.
Join this presentation to learn how NEC can help businesses and governments adapt and return to public activity safely with a touchless, hygienic user experience. Real-world use cases will also be presented in this session.
Benji Hutchinson, Vice President of Federal Operations, NEC Corporation of America, US
Benji Hutchinson is the Vice President of Federal Operations in the Washington D.C. office of the NEC Corporation of America’s Advanced Recognition Systems Division. He has 15 years of direct experience in the biometrics and identity technology industries supporting US national security and homeland defense agencies across the Department of Defense, Department of Justice, Department of State, Intelligence Community, and Department of Homeland Security. His current focus is building NEC’s U.S. federal advanced recognition solutions business in Washington, D.C. Mr. Hutchinson is also an adjunct professor of policy and privacy for identity analysis in the graduate program of the Forensics Department at George Mason University.
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