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Public Workshop on Personal Identity Verification of Federal Employees/Contractors

Purpose

To evaluate current personal identity verification technologies, systems, components, techniques, and procedures that would satisfy requirements for identifying Federal employees and contractors seeking access to Federal facilities and information systems.

Topics

Personal identity source document (ISD) authentication; verifying a claim of identity using fingerprint or facial images; use of security tokens such as integrated circuit cards for storing and processing identity credentials; communicating with security token reader/writers via electronic contact and contact-less methods; personal identity verification systems architecture, components, algorithms, protocols, and management.

Presentations

PIV Project Overview and System Concepts (Opening) 
Curt Barker, NIST

Technical Implementation Guidance:Smart Card Enabled Physical Access Control Systems Version 2.2 
Tim Baldridge, NASA

Department of Homeland Security: Goals for PIV 
Joe Broghamer, Department of Homeland Security

Department of Defense - Approach to PIV
Mike Butler, Department of Defense

SecureShift® Technology: Overt Solutions for Personal Identity Verification 
Murray Dawson, Flex Products Inc. (SecureShift)

FIPS 201: Smart Card Industry Perspectives
Craig Diffie, Axalto

Update on U.S. Government Smart Card Standards Efforts 
Jim Dray, NIST

Secure Remote Photo Identification With ID Card 
Keith Jentoft, Audio SmartCard (nCryptone Solutions)

Smartcards and PIV in Local Government in England 
Janice Morphet, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

Who Are You? Establishing Identity Assurance 
Judith Spencer, Chair, Federal Identity Credentialing

Biometrics of Fingerprint and Facial Images 
Charlie Wilson, NIST

Biometrics and Privacy Issues:  Problems and Promises 
Boult, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Digital Watermarking Review 
Digimarc

Personal Identity Verification For Federal Employees and Contractors - Requirements 
NIST

Selected Presentations
October 7, 2004 Type
Advances in Smart Card Identity
Craig Diffie
Presentation
Biometrics and Privacy Issues - Problems and Promises
Presentation
Major Biometric Projects
Charlie Wilson
Presentation
Message Authentication Code (MAC) Cryptographic Checksums ISO/IEC-9979/10116
Tim Baldridge
Presentation
ODPM CORPORATE IDENTITY for PowerPoint
Janice Morphet
Presentation
Personal Identity Verification For Federal Employees and Contractors - Strawman
Presentation
Personal Identity Verification For Federal Employees and Contractors
Curt Barker
Presentation
PIV Workshop - DHS - Broghamer
Joe Broghamer
Presentation
Public PIV Workshop: Update on U. S. Government Smart Card Standards Efforts
Jim Dray
Presentation
Remote Photo Identification With ID card
Keith Jentoft
Presentation
SecureShift - Technology Overt Solutions for Personal Identity Verification Secure
Murray Dawson
Presentation
Standard Feature of Media Content
Presentation
Who Are You? Establishing Identity Assurance
Judith Spencer
Presentation

Event Details

Starts: October 07, 2004 - 08:00 AM EST
Ends: October 07, 2004 - 05:00 PM EST

Format: In-person Type: Workshop

Attendance Type: Open to public
Audience Type: Industry,Government,Academia


Location

Hilton Hotel
Gaithersburg, Maryland

Parent Project

See: Personal Identity Verification
Created November 14, 2016, Updated June 22, 2020