McLean, VA — December 10, 2013 — Novetta Solutions, a leader in the development and implementation of biometric, big data and cyber security solutions, has announced its role in theBiometrics Big Data Symposium as a Platinum Sponsor. The event will take place on December 12 and 13, 2013 at the Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge in Arlington, VA.
Joy Smith will moderate the Symposium, which is designed to bring together government and industry leaders focused on defense, homeland security, criminal justice and the intelligence community to collaboratively explore topics such as biometric-enabled intelligence, big data analytics, and biometrics in the cloud. Ms. Smith is a Business Development Director for Novetta’s Identity Intelligence Division, focused on integrating big data technologies with systems utilizing biometric, biographic, and other identity-rich data.
David Coleman will present “Resolving Identities through Big Data” providing information on key opportunities and unique challenges associated with the intersection between biometrics and big data. Coleman, a Novetta Identity Intelligence Director, serves as a Technical Lead supporting the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) in the research and development of large-scale identification systems, multi-biometric fusion, decision systems, and identity information interchange.
Additionally, Novetta will be showcasing products from its eXit Series of Identity Analytics and Data Analytics Solutions to include the following:
eXit 100: Identity Analytics
The Novetta eXit 100 platform provides tools for gaining mission-critical identity intelligence from biometric collections, social networks, existing identity databases. With eXit 100, Novetta also enables deployment of large-scale and robust identity management and biometric systems.
eXit 200: Data Analytics
The Novetta eXit 200 platform reveals and exploits the real-world networks, behaviors, and trends of the entities and relationships that exist within government and corporate data repositories.
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