BSI Biometrics (IST/44) Committee Members

Members and Liaisons of the BSI IST/44 Biometrics Standardization Committee
The committee, chaired by Dr Peter Waggett, currently consists of representatives of the following organisations:

  • Biometrics Working Group (BWG)
  • British Computer Society
  • CESG - Information Assurance
  • Cogent, Inc
  • Cybula Ltd 
  • Deloitte and Touche LLP
  • Department for Transport (DfT) 
  • Detica
  • Fujitsu Services
  • Home Office Scientific Development Branch - Biometrics Centre of Expertise
  • IBM United Kingdom Ltd
  • IBS Ltd
  • Identity and Passport Service (IPS)
  • Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
  • KeCrypt Systems Ltd
  • Lockheed Martin UK Ltd
  • Ministry of Defence
  • Mogg Associates
  • National Physical Laboratory (NPL)
  • National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA)
  • PhoneAbility
  • SAIC Ltd
  • Sagem Security UK Ltd
  • Sony Europe
  • Smart Sensors Ltd
  • UK Border Agency – Border Control
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of East London
  • University of Kent
  • University of Westminster
  • Warwick Warp Ltd
  • XiSEC - Information Security Management

New members are always welcomed, in order to have broad representation from all stakeholder groups.

Liaisons are maintained with:

  • Consumer and Public Interest Network – BSI
  • UK National Committee ICT/-/1 - Information System Co-ordination ISO/IEC JTC 1
  • UK National Committee IST/17 - Personal cards and identification
  • UK National Committee IST/31 - Computer graphics and image processing
  • UK National Committee IST/33 - Security techniques
  • UK National Committee IST/34 - Automatic identification and data capture techniques
  • UK National Committee IST/35 - Medical informatics
  • UK National Committee IST/37 - Coding of picture, audio, multimedia and hypermedia information
  • UK National Committee IST/41 - Document Description and Processing Languages

Liaisons will be added as the need arises.

The committee usually meets about four times a year in London, but a lot of active work is done using e-mail. 

Further enquiries regarding the activities of IST/44 should be addressed to either:

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