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NIST SP 1800-12

Derived Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credentials

Date Published: August 2019


William Newhouse (NIST), Michael Bartock (NIST), Jeffrey Cichonski (NIST), Hildegard Ferraiolo (NIST), Murugiah Souppaya (NIST), Christopher Brown (MITRE), Spike Dog (MITRE), Susan Prince (MITRE), Julian Sexton (MITRE)



mobile threat; multifactor authentication; personal identity verification; PIV Card; smart card; cybersecurity; Derived PIV Credential (DPC); Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM); mobile device; identity
Control Families

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Supplemental Material:
SP 1800-12 files

Related NIST Publications:
SP 800-157
IR 8055
FIPS 201-3

Document History:
09/29/17: SP 1800-12 (Draft)
08/02/18: SP 1800-12 (Draft)
08/27/19: SP 1800-12 (Final)