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2016 Year in Review: (TIG-ing stock of) Innovation in the Identity Ecosystem

When you think about 2016, the first thing that comes to mind is innovation in the identity ecosystem. That can’t just be us, right? While there has been a host of high-profile bad things that happened in digital identity this year, we try to keep our eyes on the prize. And there’s been a lot of progress toward the long-term goal. Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS: 2016 state and local government pilot opportunity just announced

A recent McKinsey report found that the critical drivers of customer satisfaction with state government services are: fast, simple, and efficient processes; the availability of online options for completing interactions; and the transparency of information. Secure and convenient digital access to online state services can make a genuine difference to beneficiaries—that’s why these providers need to both deliver solutions and protect against fraud—while safeguarding personal information from malicious actors. Continue reading

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Save the Date: NSTIC identity proofing, authentication, and attributes workshop – January 2016

We’re thrilled to announce that on January 12-13, 2016, the NSTIC National Program Office, with our colleagues here in NIST’s Information Technology Lab, will hold a technical workshop called ‘Applying Measurement Science in the Identity Ecosystem.’ Participants will collaborate about ways to measure and compare the performance of key solutions in the Identity Ecosystem, specifically:
◾Strength of identity proofing, both remote and in-person;
◾Strength of authentication with a focus on biometrics; and
◾Attribute confidence to assist in effective authorization decision making. Continue reading

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Come Hang Out With Us to Talk Identity and Innovation in Health Care

Identity is critical to Health Information Technology (HIT), particularly when it comes to sharing health information online. Patients and health providers aren’t going to share personal information if they can’t solve the “identity conundrum” – how to validate that information is going to the right person. Continue reading

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