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Passwords and two-factor security rule the online world for most of us but in the near future biometrics will play a leading role, says Walter Lee, evangelist for Global Safety Solutions at NEC, and if someone steals that identity they could clean out our bank accounts, implicate us in crimes or use our role in the workplace..

Password days are over

16 May 2017 Security
By Tracy Burrows

Advanced biometric digital identities are the future, says NEC's Walter Lee..
Just some of the headline speakers that will address the plenary audience – Lauren Beukes, Award-winning, internationally acclaimed best-selling author; Katie Moussouris, bug bounty and vulnerability coordination and disclosure expert, Luta Security; Walter Lee, head of innovation management office: Global Safety Division, NEC Corporation; Tiyani Nghonyama, COO and CTO, Geekulcha; Jayson Street, Infosec Ranger, Pwnie Express; Mati Aharoni, founder, Offensive Security; Saumil Udayan Shah, CEO, Net Square; Brigadier Piet Pieterse, electronic crime head, Hawks and Jason Jordaan, Principal forensic scientist and MD, DFIRLABS..
These pillars are influenced by the three trends of technological evolution within smart cities, says NEC's Walter Lee..
XON, in concert with NEC Africa through its business partnership with the global NEC technology giant, was a Summit sponsor and Walter Lee is responsible for the business strategy and operations of the Innovation Management Office (IMO) in the Global Safety Division of NEC Corporation..
ITWeb Security Summit 2016Meet Walter Lee, head of innovation management office: global safety division, NEC Corporation, at the 2016 on 17 and 18 May. He will discuss advanced technologies to keep cities safer.
Walter Lee, head of the Innovation Management Office in the Global Safety Division of NEC, will present "Advanced technologies to keep cities safer". Lee is in charge of incubating new tailored public safety solutions and bringing them to market.

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