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ITL Bulletin

NIST Updates Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Guidelines

Date Published: August 2016


Hildegard Ferraiolo (NIST), Larry Feldman (G2), Gregory Witte (G2)



authentication; derived PIV application; derived PIV application data model; derived PIV credential; derived test requirements (DTR); FIPS 201; implementation under test (IUT); mobile devices; Personal Identity Verification (PIV); test assertions; token command interface
Control Families

Identification and Authentication


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Supplemental Material:
None available

Related NIST Publications:
SP 800-156
SP 800-166
FIPS 201-2

Document History:
08/09/16: ITL Bulletin (Final)