A Deep Dive into Government Identity Programs
Securing Federal Identity 2017, a highly focused and high-energy event, will feature the significant policy issues and technology developments for today’s federal identity and security industry. The select group of speakers on the agenda and security companies in our exhibit area will highlight the 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 venue to learn, communicate and network with fellow government security industry colleagues!
Join government and security executives and industry leaders for a one-day showcase featuring comprehensive coverage of efforts toward strong authentication technology in government identity programs. Building off of 15 years of successful Secure Technology Alliance government conferences, Securing Federal Identity 2017 has a new, updated format, bringing together the most important developments, innovations and experts in federal identity credentialing and access security.
Official hashtag: #FedID2017
Office of Management & Budget
COLONEL TOM CLANCY
Office of the CIO Identity Management Programs, U.S. Department of Defense
Department of Homeland Security
Office of Management & Budget
Welcome and Agenda Review
Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance
Federal Secure Identity Policy and Technology Guidelines
- Federal Government Security Priorities – Grant Schneider, Office of Management & Budget (invited)
- Federal Identity and Access Security Policies Update - Joseph Stuntz, Office of Management & Budget (invited)
- FICAM Implementation Strategy Update - Jim Sheire, GSA Office of Governmentwide Policy
Federal Identity Programs and Standards
- Implementing Changes to SP 800-63-3 – Paul Grassi, NIST Trusted Identity Group
- What is Next for CAC? – Colonel Tom Clancy, Office of the CIO Identity Management Programs, U.S. Department of Defense
- Federal Network Resilience - Using Metrix to Improve Cybersecurity Effectiveness – Michael Duffy, Federal Network Resilience Division. U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Mobile Identity and Authentication
- Outlining DHS S&T’s Research and Development Goals for Mobile Authentication & Entitlement - Anil John, Department of Homeland Security
- Physical Access Control Using Derived Credentials Over NFC – John Fessler, Exponent & Kantara Initiative
- Mobile Authentication Interoperability Using FIDO for Digital Certificates – Michael Queralt, Queralt, Inc.
- Context-Aware Security Technology for Responsive and Adaptive Protection (CASTRA) – Devu Manikantan Shila, United Technologies Research Corporation
Using Secure Credentials for Authentication and Access Security
Moderator: Jeff Nigriny, CertiPath
- What is Next for Derived Credentials on Mobile Devices? – Hildegard Ferraiolo, NIST
- Using CDM to Identity Gaps in Physical Access Control Systems – Mark Steffler, Quantum Secure/HID Global
- The Cloud: A Better Way to Implement Strong Multi-Factor Authentication with FIPS-Compliant Credentials – Bassam Al-Khalidi, Axiad IDS
Federal Identity and Security Call To Action Roundtable
The role that industry can serve to accelerate adoption of interoperable solutions for federal identity management and access security
Moderator: Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance
- Tim Baldridge, DOD
- LaChelle LeVan, GSA/FICAM
- Michael Garcia, NIST Trusted Identity Group
- Add'l speakers to be announced
Comprehensive Government Security Market Coverage
In just one day, you’ll 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
- State and local ID initiatives
- 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 Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel – Almas Temple in Washington, DC. 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 and 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.
2017 Sponsors and exhibitors
2016 Sponsors and exhibitors
Industry and Media Partners
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