Bridging the Physical/Digital Divide with SureID

2/14/2019

Bridging the Physical/Digital Divide with SureID

Join SureID General Manager Ned Hayes as he shares how SureID is bringing FBI-approved background checks to nearly 1,000 locations nationwide with military-grade biometric capture technology.

Host:

Cameron D’Ambrosi – Director of Client Services, OWI

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Guest:

Ned Hayes – General Manager, SureID & Vice President, Sterling Identity

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