RISE Conference Presentations India, 24 September 2009

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India Preparatory Meeting
:

Biometrics

and Data Protection

RISE
Conference Presentations



India, 24 September 2009




1.

Mr. Emilio Mordini,

Coordinator, Project RISE


Introduction to the Theme of the
Conference

emilio.mordini@cssc.eu


This presentation
introduces

the
theme of biometrics and data protection by
discussing

the EC’s
framework programmes on research, development and technology

and listing several projects and
conferences that address the
impact

of biometric technology. The features of surveil
lance
technologies are explored,
and both c
onventional biometrics and new emerging
biometric
applications
are considered. The overview also question
s

the concept
s

of identity

and human
recognition
.

Finally, the presentation considers whether biometrics can

be liberating and perhaps
even improve global justice.



2.

Kush Wadhwa
,
Managing Director
, Global Security Intelligence


Panel on
Differences and
Commonalities


Asia, Europe, and the U.S.

kwadhwa@globalseci.com


This presentation
introduces

the panel discussion on
the
differences and commonalities
regarding
biometrics and data protection
amongst
Asia, Europe and the U.S. The key themes covered by the
panel
include

data protection, the emergence of the “surveillance society,” and the pervasiv
eness of
biometrics.
Th
is introduction emphasizes th
e importance of b
iometrics and security ethics
given the
potential scope of its impact and high
-
levels of risk. Several
questions
regarding the current and
future state of surveillance technologies
are

al
so posed
for

discuss
ion

by the panel.




3.


Mr. Sundeep Nehra, Sr. Director, Deloitte

-

Biometric Systems & Privacy Concerns

(**This presentation had no name. I am guessing that it belong to Mr. Nehra from
Deloitte.)

snehra@deloitte.com


This presentation
provides an overview of

biometrics, privacy concerns, and best practices
.

D
ata
collected using biometric technology can be gathered from a multitude of sources, including a
per
son’s appearance, social behavior, bio
-
dynamics, physiography and features. Because most of
that data can be considered highly sensitive, privacy concerns must be addressed.

One way to do
this is to implement best practices
that put the user in control of

protecting their own data. The
presentation concluded with an illustration of
Deloitte’s risk
-
based approach to privacy and data
protection
.





4.

Kamlesh Bajaj,

CEO,
D
ata
S
ecurity
C
ouncil of
I
ndia (DSCI)

-

DSCI and Data Protection

kamlesh.bajaj@dsci.in


This presentation discusses data protection and regulation compliance in India. The protection of
sensitive data
is a

top business priority
, as c
lients from around the world

are
outsourcing
to IT
/BPO
service providers in India
. To safeguard

sensitive information, the government has enacted new laws
that promote a stronger data protection regime through

the

implementation of reasonable security
practices. The industry has responded by creating

the Data Security Council of India as a self
-
regulatory organization to promote best practices for security and privacy. These practices will also
be applicable

in addressing the data protection challenges in the domestic marketplace, since the
increasing

pervasiveness of IT has changed the personal and social landscape in India resulting in
new concerns regarding privacy. This presentation

provides an overview of the amendments that
affect privacy protection in India, as well as the DSCI privacy principle
s and data security practices.



5.

Zia Saquib
,

Executive Director, CDAC Mumbai
-

Controlled Identity Revelation

saquib@cdacmumbai.in


This presentation
was included under a panel discussing c
ase studies on the sec
ure & privacy
enhancing use of bi
ometrics (
e.g.,
Banking, e
-
Passport
s
,
and
National ID
s
)
. Mr. Saquib acknowledges
that identification is a sensitive issue, and presents several ideas for implementing privacy
enhancing biometrics. The presentation concluded with a case study
discussion of the
b
-
SID
(Seafarer’s Identification Document)
, implemented by India’s

Ministry of Shipping
.




6.

Nandita Jain Mahajan
, Chief Privacy & Information Security Officer, IBM India/South Asia
and
Nalini K. Ratha Ph.D.
,
Research Staff Member, Exploratory Computer Vision Gr
oup,
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

-

Biometrics in IT/ITes O
rganizations
: Application, Challenges, and Recent Research

nandita.jain.mahajan@dc.ibm.com

ratha@us.ibm.com


This presentation discusses
biometrics
technology and applications in IT/ITes organizations.
After
introducing emerging biometrics applications and providing an overview of biometrics systems
architecture, several questions are posed:
Is
there a technology that provides adequate safeguards
to our data
? Can one biometric technology satisfy

certain defined key attributes, such as
universality, uniqueness,
and acceptability?

How do we
best address large throughput volumes
?


The presentation
also
considers which available biometrics might be best
integrated and discusses
the privacy issues that may be introduced as a result.

The presentation concludes with several
examples of biometric research and applications, including SmartCard fingerprint

identification,
dynamic signature recognition, and conversational biometrics.