Below is a listing of all sessions the speaker is scheduled to present.
|Thursday, April 7, 2011|
A secure method of establishing an individual’s identity, creating, issuing, activating, provisioning and de-provisioning secure digital identity credentials is currently in use by U.S. Federal agencies under HSPD-12. This required infrastructure can now be deployed and used by non-federal entities as well. This session will discuss the fundamental technologies involved, as well as the process of vetting, creating, storing and securely carrying identity information in a portable platform. Also discover why a smart card is the preferred method of securely storing and carrying identity information (include biometric), and how this technology binds the card to the identity of its owner.
1. Provide a non-technical overview of the smart card including how and when it is used.
2. Examine the authentication function and the need for validation of identity credentials.
3. Introduce the benefits of smart cards to state and corporate enterprises.
Kenneth Boley - Director, Intergovernmental Initiatives, Office of the Chief Technology Officer, Government of the District of Columbia
Salvatore D'Agostino - CEO, IDmachines
Patrick W. Hearn - VP Government ID Markets - America's, Oberthur Technologies
Steve Rogers - President & CEO, Intellisoft, Inc.
Lars Suneborn - Director, Government Programs, Hirsch Electronics Corporation