WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2017 / The International Biometrics + Identity Association (IBIA) is pleased to announce today that Bob Eckel, President, North America, OT-Morpho, will join its Board of Directors.
As President, North America, OT-Morpho, Mr. Eckel leads the Biometric, Secure Credentialing and Enrollment Services business for OT Morpho, a world leader in digital security and identification technologies. A long-time member of the biometrics and identity solutions community, Mr. Eckel brings a wealth of experience and strategic insight to the IBIA board. His leadership, knowledge, and vision for the identity sector will guide this dynamic industry forward.
“Bob Eckel is a recognized leader in the biometrics and identity industry,” said Bob Harbour, Chairman of the IBIA Board, “who brings a deep understanding of the importance of identification in a globally connected world, not only as a business opportunity, but as a social responsibility as well.”
“I am delighted to be appointed to the IBIA Board,” Eckel said. “The biometrics and identification industry is at a pivotal moment – we are ready to offer great value in convenience and security for consumers. The IBIA provides a benchmark for the industry and makes sure the technology meets high standards and offers high value. I look forward to being part of shaping the future of this dynamic market.”
Mr. Eckel previously served as President of the Secure Credentialing Division of L-1 Identity Systems. He joined
L-1 in August 2008 as part of the acquisition of Digimarc, where he served as President of Digimarc’s Identity
System business since August of 2005. Prior to joining Digimarc, he served as Vice President and General
Manager, Air Traffic Management Systems, for Raytheon Company. Mr. Eckel holds a BS in Electrical
Engineering from the University of Connecticut and an MSEE from the University of California, Los Angeles.
About IBIA (The International Biometrics + Identity Association):
IBIA advances the adoption and responsible use of technology-based identification solutions to enhance identity security and privacy and to facilitate convenience and productivity for government, business, and consumers. For more, please visit www.ibia.org.
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