In-depth View of New Federal Government Identity Programs with a Special Second Day Focus on Expanding the Use of Federal Identity Credentials for Physical and Logical Access
Securing Federal Identity 2018, a highly focused and high-energy event, will feature an in-depth view of the future of federal government policies and technology developments for securing federal identity and access control of facilities and network systems. Experts from the federal government and the security industry will fill the conference agenda and exhibits area to present and future direction of the government’s efforts to manage identities and control access across all federal agencies. Don’t miss this year’s event – the best place to learn, communicate to and network with fellow government security industry colleagues!
Join government and security executives and industry leaders for a two-day showcase featuring comprehensive coverage of efforts toward strong authentication technology in government identity programs. Building off of 16 years of successful Secure Technology Alliance government conferences, Securing Federal Identity 2018 has an expanded, updated format, bringing together the most important developments, innovations and experts in federal identity credentialing and access security.
Official hashtag: #FedID2018
With 16 years of successful Secure Technology Alliance government conferences experience, a new refreshed two-day agenda brings together the most important developments, innovations and experts in federal identity credentialing and access security. The agenda will include senior federal government security policy and programs leaders and technology experts in keynote sessions, roundtables and panels covering these important topics:
- Federal PIV credentials usage for two-factor authentication
- Derived credentials for mobile identity systems and authentication
- NIST Cybersecurity frameworks and data protection programs
- Evolving National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence standards for cybersecurity frameworks and mobile services
- DHS Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation ProgramGSA FICAM, Approved Products List Testing and Certification, and Acquisition Policy Updates
- NSTIC Identity Framework and Certification Program Updates
The 2018 program has been expanded and will span two days. Day one will center on the new and revised federal cybersecurity policy issues and technology standards. Attendees will learn about security roadmap updates, progress for cloud and mobility initiatives, and receive the latest updates from GSA and NIST on policy and standards initiatives. Day two will focus on current federal identity credentialing and access management progress and status for federal programs. the progress in multi-factor authentication and authorization activities, and lessons learned in the expanded use of PIV and PIV-I cards and mobile credentials both the physical and logical.
Comprehensive Government Security Market Coverage
You will get the most up-date-information on all of the biggest topics impacting federal identity today. Keynotes, roundtables and panels will cover:
- PIV and mobile derived credentials
- Mobile and cloud identity programs
- FICAM roadmap and testing programs
- Evolving NIST standards
- Cyber threats and mitigation programs
Connect with Government Colleagues and Industry Leaders
Secure Technology Alliance government conferences draw executives across government agencies and security and technology industries. The networking opportunities at the Secure Technology Alliance Government Event are second to none in the identity, credentialing and authentication industry.
See the Latest Technology Innovations
An identity management and access control vendor showcase will be held to allow government attendees to visit and learn more about innovative security products and services enabling secure federal identities today and in the future.
Sponsoring and Exhibiting
This year’s Securing Federal Identity event will be held at the Almas Temple in Washington, DC, a venue offered by the Hamilton Crowne Plaza hotel. The venue is an historic site and the meeting space is an architectural jewel. The layout for the event is also unique in that the conference seating will fill the center of the lower level, with some of the exhibit tables placed around the outer edges as well as on the 2nd floor balcony overlooking the conference stage via a large atrium-like setting. This unique layout means that exhibit tables are in the “quiet zone” during the presentations to minimize potential distractions. Noise levels will be strictly enforced so as not to interfere with the conference speakers. Adequate time will be allotted to enable delegates to visit the exhibitor tables during breaks, at meal times, and at the end-of-day reception on Tuesday.
Attendee Registration Fees
- Increases to $645 after April 27
- Increases to $745 after May 18
- This event is free to full-time government employees but you must register in advance using your government email account. Contractor staff excluded.
- Increases to $745 after April 27
- Increases to $845 after May 18
2017 Sponsors and exhibitors
Industry and Media Partners
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Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel – Almas Temple
1315 K Street NW Washington, DC 20005
8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
While there is no contracted headquarters hotel for the event, as a service to our attendees, you may use this Hotels.com link for a dynamic showing of current availability, sorted by distance from the conference venue.
The information provided here is simply for the benefit of attendees. The Securing Federal Identity 2018 conference and/or the Secure Technology Alliance have no contractual relationship with any properties included here, therefore are not responsible for agreements made between any hotel and attendee. Attendees must contact the properties directly for reservations. All reservation expenses are the responsibility of the attendee.