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Tag Archives: Applying Measurement Science in the Identity Ecosystem
Stepping stones: working to establish a solid foundation for measurement science in the Identity Ecosystem
The “Applying Measurement Science in the Identity Ecosystem” workshop was a huge success from NIST’s perspective; post-conference chatter leads me believe that attendees felt the same way. These two days further validated my excitement coming to work every day: we were humbled by the 220 familiar faces and new friends that showed a desire to build on the community’s progress in digital identity, along with the diversity of opinions and expertise to do just that. Between informative expert panels and intensive breakout sessions, attendees delved into measurement science in the Identity Ecosystem – brainstorming and evaluating approaches, barriers, implementation considerations, and more. Continue reading →
Registration is now officially open for the ‘Advanced Identity Workshop: Applying Measurement Science in the Identity Ecosystem’ coming up on January 12-13, 2016, at the NIST campus in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
This two-day advanced identity workshop will bring together a diverse community of technology vendors, cybersecurity researchers, policy makers, and other experts from the public and commercial sectors to tackle three tough issues in developing measurement science in identity and access management: strength of identity proofing, both remote and in-person; strength of authentication with a focus on biometrics; and attribute confidence to assist in effective decision-making. Continue reading →