IBM, Secret Service, others study identity/cybercrime issues

Center for Applied Identity Management Research organization teams experts in criminal justice, financial crime, biometrics, cybercrime and cyberdefense, data protection, homeland security and national defense.IBM, LexisNexis and the Secret Service are among a group of corporations, government agencies and academic institutions that has formed to study and help solve identity management challenges around cybercrime, terrorism and narcotics trafficking.The Center for Applied Identity Management Research (CAIMR) will study those issues and focus on developing real-world tools and best-practices recommendations to solve them.The nonprofit research organization, which will be headquartered at Indiana University, brings together experts in criminal justice, financial crime, biometrics, cybercrime and cyberdefense, data protection, homeland security and national defense.
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