Daltrey’s Chief Technical Security Officer (CTSO), Julien Bringer, played an instrumental role in authoring a series of recent information security ISO/IEC standards. ISO/IEC 19989:2020 Information security – Criteria and methodology for security evaluation of biometric systems is a three-part framework that sets the new international standards for the security evaluation of biometric verification and identification systems.
A testament to Julien’s esteemed industry reputation, this recent project is the culmination of decades of research and experience across security, cryptography, biometrics, identity, privacy, blockchain technologies and innovation. With a PhD and more than 80 published works, Julien has led several ISO standardisation projects and previously chaired the Biometrics Security working group for Common Criteria evaluation.
“Leading these projects ensures I have unsurpassed access to the latest insights and best practices and can apply innovative techniques and capabilities to my work here at Daltrey,” says Julien. “We follow the highest standards for security and trust and are ultimately working to shape the future of the industry.”
Julien joined biometric identity startup Daltrey in October this year to support an influx of new client projects and an ambitious global growth strategy.
“We are privileged to have Julien’s expertise to help us build world-class identity and security capability here in Australia,” says Blair Crawford, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Daltrey. “His knowledge is unsurpassed and will greatly contribute to the robustness of our solution, as well as our own security, compliance and privacy frameworks.”
ISO/IEC 19989:2020 Information security – Criteria and methodology for security evaluation of biometric systems is comprised of three separate documents:
- Part one: Framework
- Part two: Biometric recognition performance; and
- Part three: Presentation attack detection
About Julien Bringer, CTSO Daltrey
With decades of international experience, a PhD and more than 80 published works, Bringer is widely-recognised as a global leader in security, cryptography, biometrics, identity, privacy, blockchain technologies and innovation. He’s held a number of senior positions and research postings, most recently as Chief Security and Cryptography Officer and Co-Founder of a VC-backed Swiss startup. He is Associate Editor of the prestigious journal IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, leader of several ISO standardisation projects and working groups and former chair of the Common Criteria international Technical Community in Biometrics Security. He has niche expertise in security certification and compliance, self-sovereign and decentralised identity, as well as ePassport, eIdentification and government security standards.
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