Fed ID 2021
SIGNAL Coverage of Fed ID 2021
The key to combating fraud on government benefit programs during the pandemic lies in cooperating with oversight authorities and intergovernmental information sharing.
It’s time to abandon the dream of an open, federated, multiplayer identity-provider ecosystem and move on, one of the pioneers of the concept told AFCEA’s Federal Identity Forum.
It will be a long time before it’s possible to securely deploy internet voting systems for most Americans, but technology may allow for limited online ballots in the future.
The best facial recognition systems work very well but showed increased racial disparities in performance when the volunteer subjects wore face masks.
On the battlefield of the future, biometric data and the identity intelligence it provides offers new advantages.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has sought to harness the power of innovation to identify perpetrators who might be in, or be traveling to, America.
The threat to the integrity of the U.S. and global financial system posed by the crisis in online identity is a national security issue.
The FBI has been running a full-scale iris-print ID service as part of its Next Generation Identification, or NGI, system for almost a year now.
Additional Event Coverage
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