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Tag Archives: relying parties
Following the “Applying Measurement Science in the Identity Ecosystem” workshop, we heard that attendees wanted a more complete treatment of attribute metadata. So we took the attribute metadata whitepaper we released in the winter, feedback from the workshop, and additional input from a few helpful folks in the community and developed NIST Internal Report 8112.
This public draft is hot off the press and is now open for comments…and we want to hear from you! Continue reading →
It seems it’s finally multi-factor authentication’s (MFA) time in the limelight. A recent Wells Fargo commercial touts a movement beyond the password with strong authentication. Bank of America enabled passcode-free mobile login with fingerprint. The White House released the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP), expanding upon Executive Order 13681, with a focus on securing accounts with MFA. Betty White’s on board, too. Continue reading →
The NSTIC NPO has just announced a 4th round of pilot program funding in 2015 for fresh and innovative identity solutions! The Strategy calls for the private sector to lead the development of an identity ecosystem where individuals can choose … Continue reading →