Jason Van Sice is Vice President for NEC Corporation of America’s
Advanced Recognition Systems (ARS) division. He has 20 years’ experience in management consulting with expertise in the areas of biometrics, security and identity management, AI, PKI, and cloud technology. He leads an international team supporting airlines and airports in the application of innovative solutions, improving legacy operations, security, and CX, all driven by well-informed, demanding consumers.
Prior to joining NEC, Jason held roles of increasing responsibilities for market-leading security technology providers. He has a consistent track record of making new markets, scaling businesses, and assembling best-in-class teams to execute his strategies. Most of these years were spent supporting national security programs focused on biometrics, secure credentials, cloud, and tactically oriented innovation across TSA, FBI, USMS, USCG, US CBP, DHS OBIM, DoS, HHS Cyber Security, and DHS HQ. He gained key aviation experience supporting DHS OBIM and CBP as they developed plans to pursue what is now the CBP Biometric Air Exit program.
Jason spent the first part of his career as a Management Consultant for Arthur D. Little, Deloitte Consulting, and Booz | Allen | Hamilton, where he held leadership roles supporting US Government IT security projects involving: PKI, biometrics, identity data interoperability, biometric standards, site exploitation technology, wireless communications, and the establishment of secure credentials (e.g. smart cards) for physical and logical access control. He was primarily focused on economics and business analyses where he developed investment analyses, cost models, strategic plans, and business cases. He also played lead roles in developing data models, enterprise architecture, standard operating procedures (SOP) for in-theater biometric collection, and data interoperability policy.