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Many thanks for a successful 800-63-3 public preview!

As summer has flown by, you have kept us very busy reviewing your comments on GitHub to Special Publication (SP) 800-63-3 and engaged in a dialog about how this material can be enhanced to better support the public and private sectors. The response we’ve received to SP 800-63-3 – and this new approach – has been phenomenal and inspiring. And now, we’re excited to transition from the public preview period for draft NIST SP 800-63-3: Digital Authentication Guideline to the next critical phase – the 60-day public comment period. But before we do that, I’d like to explain what we learned this summer and where we are headed next… Continue reading

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Citius, Altius, Fortius: Announcing 6 new pilot projects across 10 states (and D.C.!)

As the sun was setting on the thirtieth modern Olympiad in London, NIST was preparing to announce our very first set of NSTIC pilot projects. As the flame goes out in Rio, we’re setting new records. In our largest pilot announcement to date, today NIST is proud to add six new projects to our ranks and bring the total number of projects to 24. Continue reading

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Looking back on happenings at the IDESG plenary

Last week in New Orleans, the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) launched the Identity Ecosystem Framework (IDEF) Registry and publicly listed the first four organizations to self-attest. At the 17th IDESG plenary meeting, these organizations presented their experiences – emphasizing the business benefit of publicly showcasing their dedication to trusted digital identity solutions. They also shared the ease of self-attestation, thanks to the IDESG’s concierge that assists Registry applicants. Continue reading

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Celebrating Data Privacy Day and everything it stands for!

Happy Data Privacy Day! According to a recent survey of young Americans by Harvard’s Institute of Politics, 65% of respondents said they were “very concerned” about technology companies collecting digital information from their phone or computer. While it’s only January, that level of concern suggests privacy will continue to have a place in the national conversation throughout 2016. Continue reading

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A major NSTIC milestone: IDEFv1 set for October 20th public release

When the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) plenary convened last week in Tampa, Florida, attendees meant business. By Friday afternoon, committees had finalized the baseline requirements and supplemental guidance for v1 of the Identity Ecosystem Framework (IDEF). Now the plenary stands in recess with the IDESG on track for a major milestone: completion of the IDEFv1, set for public release on October 20th! Continue reading

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The IDESG hits a big milestone on the road to creating the Identity Ecosystem Framework

The Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) has been hard at work delivering on version 1 of the Identity Ecosystem Framework (IDEF). This week, the steering group hit a major milestone: meeting a March 16th deadline for developing baseline requirements for the IDEF. While this is a big milestone for the IDESG, it also marks an important moment for private sector stakeholders interested in participating in the Identity Ecosystem (IE), since the upcoming IDEF – due out this summer – will enable individuals and organizations to start using a new generation of more secure, convenient, privacy-enhancing credentials that are interoperable across the internet. Continue reading

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