HID Global’s Lumidigm biometrics solutions combine convenience with security by using patented multispectral imaging technology HID Global®, a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, recently announced it will showcase its Lumidigm® biometrics solutions for banking, healthcare and citizen ID applications in booth #200 at the connect:ID Conference, from March 23-25, 2015 in Washington D.C. Four company executives are participating in the conference program, where they will deliver the opening remarks, speak at the evening reception, lead a panel discussion on the future of identity, and speak on topics including assured authentication in healthcare and the privacy implications of facial recognition. connect:ID will be held at in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. HID Global executive participation during the conference includes: Robert Harbour, IBIA Chairman and executive director, Biometrics with HID Global will provide opening remarks to welcome delegates. Phil Scarfo, vice president Global Marketing, Biometrics with HID Global: Scarfo will lead the conference’s opening panel entitled “The Launchpad: Identity in a Brave New World,” on Monday, March 23 at 12:40 p.m. Greg Sarrail, vice president Solutions Business Development, Biometrics with HID Global: Sarrail will be speaking on how to use assured authentication in healthcare to secure access for patients and providers. His presentation will take place on Tuesday, March 24 at 11:30 a.m. Kathleen Carroll, vice president of Corporate Affairs with HID Global: Carroll will speak at the conference evening reception on Tuesday, March 24, from 5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., and participate in a spotlight panel on facial recognition that will take place on Wednesday, March 25 at 1 p.m. HID biometrics HID Global’s Lumidigm biometrics solutions combine convenience with security by using patented multispectral imaging technology to make fingerprint authentication and identification more robust, more inclusive, and more reliable than other fingerprint sensor alternatives for mainstream applications including verifying identity at bank tellers and ATMs. The technology uses multiple light spectrums and advanced optical techniques to extract unique fingerprint characteristics from both the surface and subsurface of the skin, ensuring there is enough detail, even under less-than-optimal environmental conditions, to deliver reliable biometric authentication.