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NIST joins the FIDO Alliance

Recently NIST joined the FIDO Alliance under its newly-created government membership class. The FIDO Alliance was formed in July of 2012 and aims to bring easy-to-use, privacy-enhancing authentication devices to the consumer mass market. FIDO-based credentials are designed to provide an … Continue reading

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A Retrospective Look: Eating our own dog food with dogged determination

It can be hard to serve as an early adopter of new technology. It usually means having very few (or no) examples to demonstrate what to do…and what not to do. Being the guinea pig is no easy feat, but we at the NSTIC NPO are embracing the challenge since we believe this is vital to facilitating the commercial adoption of identity solutions. After all, the NSTIC was clear that building a healthy identity ecosystem would require government to eat its own dog food. Continue reading

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