The growth in digital services, the morphing nature of cybersecurity threats, and new expectations of customer experience are driving federal agencies to revise their approaches to digital identity management. More people are doing a growing number of transactions with agencies digitally. Yet because of widespread fraud and identity theft, it’s becoming more difficult to reliably verify that online visitors are who they claim to be.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts discuss what’s ahead in digital identity and verification:
Jonathan Feibus, Deputy Director, Governance and Enterprise Management Services Division, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Ryan Koder, Lead Product Representative, Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART), Office of Biometric Identity Management (OBIM), Department of Homeland Security
Phil Lam, Executive Director of Identity, Technology Transformation Services, General Services Administration
Andrew McClenahan, Solutions Architect, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Chezian Sivagnanam, Chief Enterprise Architect, National Science Foundation
Kimberly Sutherland, Vice President of Fraud and Identity Strategy, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
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