Non-Traditional Human Biometrics for Threat Assessment: Using Chemical Forensics for National Security and Intelligence Applications

Joachim Dieter Pleil, US EPA and Kevin O'Connell, InQTel

01:30 PM   Introductory Remarks -
01:35 PM   Human Biomonitoring and In Vitro Toxicity Testing Applications for Covert Threat Analysis and Security Applications
02:10 PM   Noninvasive Infectious Disease Monitoring for Health Applications
02:45 PM   Comprehensive Analysis of the Chemicals Within: The Human Exposome and Applications for Threat Assessment
03:20 PM   Recess
03:35 PM   Withdrawn
04:10 PM   Feasibility of Using Breath to Predict Exposure to Ionizing Radiation

Non-traditional biometrics takes security biomonitoring beyond identification to security threat assessment. Rather than answering the question “Who are you?”, the intent is to answer the question “Are you a threat?”. Chemical analysis of blood, breath and urine are used to assess threat level based on the internal chemical exposome.