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Citizens support the use of digital border management technology to facilitate travel and secure borders
As a recent study by Accenture found, 89 percent of people are comfortable sharing biometrics in the context of traveling across international borders and 62 percent say they would be likely to share biometric data specifically to improve border security. For border agencies, the opportunity to assess the relative risk of each traveler in advance and focus on the unknowns in real time helps deliver public service for the future.
Mark Crego, Global Managing Director, Accenture Border and Identity Services shares insights on the digital traveler and the future of biometrics.
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Filmed at Smart Borders 2014 Krum Garkov, Information Systems Executive Director -European Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT (EU-LISA) shares his perspectives on Smart Borders and the digital traveler.
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July 28, 2014
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