One hundred percent of high security use cases in government authentication require CAC and PIV. The latest NIST framework ‘opens the aperture’ to provide new options beyond these cards, but contradicts an earlier OMB and HSPD policy. What are your actual options today and in the remainder of 2018?
The 2018 push for IT Modernization promises to better support the new types of authenticators and credential services. This is the first step to totally eliminating passwords and allowing Government agencies to select the authenticators that are both convenient and secure for their users. In this webinar, Duo Security will show how a Security as a Service (SaaS) vendor can radically accelerate the government adoption of this new framework and the hardware artifacts required for the most secure levels of authentication.
If you want to understand and prepare for these changes, join us for this webinar detailing how federal agencies can handle authentication in a post IT-modernization era.
Micah Wilson, Solutions Engineer, Federal, Duo Security
Micah Wilson is the Federal Solutions Engineering Manager for Duo Security. In prior roles, Micah worked as a Federal Information Assurance Analyst responsible for penetration testing, continuity of operations planning, and certification and accreditation testing of government systems. In his current role, he supports a team that architects secure and policy compliant solutions for authentication.
Jeff Frederick, Sr. Solutions Engineer - Federal, Yubico
Jeff is a Sr. Solutions Engineer at Yubico with extensive experience in the IT Security Industry. He has been building complex Identity and Access Management solutions for both US Federal Government Agencies and Commercial customers for more than 30 years. He currently holds both Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credentials.