Dutch Colonel Bernard Wulfse has stated that NATO is investing time and manpower in increasing the agency’s usage of biometrics.
At the Biometrics Consortium Conference that took place in Tampa recently, the colonel stressed the fact that NATO´s use of biometrics is in critical deficit. He highlighted the need to confront this situation.
According to Wulfse, the most important part of biometrics is identity management, which can serve to distinguish between friends and foes. Biometrics will be crucial in counterintelligence work, border controls, the fight against terrorism, and other important activities.
You can find more information about NATO’s use of biometrics at the following link: